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... for me an eggplant for Steph, and then caught a
taxi to the airport. Freaked out as we realised that we'd said we'd
be arriving at 8pm when actually we were arriving at midnight, and
the accommodation emailed us to say that was impossible. Luckily we
got it sorted and agreed with them to stay at their sister B&B.
The RyanAir flight was late and we were the absolute last people on
the bus from the airport into town. Caught a taxi ...
... see many stopping to look at the display.
On to Piazza del Popolo which is a large square once again containing churches and an obelisk. We sit at a fountain and eat some pizza I have located in a side street which proves to be excellent. The sun sets as we watch street vendors and all manner of people in the evening passegiata. We start to head home via a long walk and the 64 bus which is becoming our good friend and saviour of our feet.
... this through hosting spectacular events such as races and fights for free, many times paying from his own pocket.
All said, my trip to Rome was a fantastic experience. I may have had an unusually difficult time with staying there due to the language barrier and lack of company, but I saw landmarks that I only dreamed of seeing just one year ago. I would like to return one day, with a better plan for exploring the city, and hopefully with some peers to enjoy the city with. ...
Today was amazing!! We had so much fun in Piazza Nuvono, even though I had some trouble with certain people who swindled me out of my hard earned cash! (Uh my parent's hard earned cash) And not only that, but the Gelato was amazing!! However, earlier was a different story... 4:30 Woke up at that god awful time to get dressed, get ready, and get going! The airport was 45 minutes away from my house and we had to keep moving; it was the only way to not be late and miss my flight to New ...
... and the Piazza Popolo, from which three great roads of Rome begin. As we came back along the Via del Corso, we saw dozens of street endors hurriedly packing up and hiding in the alleys at the approach of a slow patrol car. Dinner at Hostario Romana. Had the famous and local bucatini all'amatriciana. A hollow tough spaghetti with tomato and Italian bacon. Short walk around our area and returned to the hostel for the ...