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Last day in Rome/Italy turned out to be a very quiet day. We packed this morning – hoping we won't be overweight for Alitalia. We are going to leave behind food, cleaning stuff etc and maybe some clothing. We walked out to our favourite coffee bar in Trastevere for the last time and then went to the supermarket briefly. On ...
... Also wanted to get outside. We were sitting on the grass with many others enjoying the sunshine when the police came and made everyone leave. That's ok, we've been kicked out of better places than this before!
It was nice being able to just stroll around in the lovely weather. We walked back to the Trevi Fountain area and caught the metro there. This had been another long day, but so enjoyable.
... by volume and by length [although only #12 on the height scale]. Probably the best known church in the Western World. Truly spectacular inside and in some ways shades the other major chapel in the Vatican, the Sistine Chapel.
... the bar doesn't get going until around 1am so we had many hours to drink. Free shot after free beer after free shot the time ticked by. By now it was around 12:30 and Jared started getting "tired" as most of us know he started getting his Kim Yong on... Enough said I knew I had to take him home as there was no way he was going to be able to find his way back to our hotel even though it was all of 100m away. Half a beer in I decided to take him back ...
... what they want to do for their last big meal in Rome. The ghetto is impressive, and the girls recount what they learned about the plaques in front of the houses there. We wander into a little square and find neighbors talking with each other. A man on a bench greets us warmly, asks where we're from, gives us a really warm welcome. Molly has a hankering for artichoke, so we pull over in a little café. We order both styles on the menu - one is Roman, one is Fried, both ...