Bed & Breakfast Orange Garden
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... host would be picking us up. I don’t think I looked out the window of the train once as Dad and I couldn’t stop hugging and catching up. Surreal moment to say the least.
After settling in and getting our bearings on a map I told Dad he was not allowed to sleep despite being exhausted from his travels as I was going to do my best not to let jet leg set in. We did after all have a lot to see and do in our three days in Rome. So with that he laced back ...
... which was really long. We entered the colosseum and it all looked so old and ancient but I was surprised by how small the actual arena was. I expected it to be bigger from looking at the outside but it still wasn't disappointing. We walked around it and them went up to the second level where we could get a better view of the arena. It was quite terrifying thinking about what used to happen to people in the colosseum and how Christians where fed ...
... Sad to say they were unremarkable. Nothing like what we have at home.
Stopped at the market to stock up on some more fresh fruit/vegies. Check out just how big they are growing their fresh peas over here. On steroids! Incredibly sweet and delicious!
Gary wasn’t feeling too good today so Pam made her way over to our place all by herself – brave girl – and we caught up with details of the ...
... we headed out in search of dinner. Right opposite our B&B we found a rather touristy little place with a set menu. We were sooo tired, we didn't really care about what we ate. For 9.8EU (about $15) we got a glass of vino, bruscetta, plate of pasta and coffee. Pretty good deal... our tummies were full and we headed "home" to bed.
Well that's it for now. We're in Roma and excited for what the day will bring. Ciao for now and we will update further as we go.
... people watched, dodged vespas, laughed, cried, gasped, and threw our coin in the Trevi so we will definitely return to Rome some day.
I can't believe it is over, 14 months of planning, saving and counting down the days, and now after 5 1/2 weeks it's all over, bar the memories. We have had the most fabulous time and we can honestly say we were not disappointed with any aspect of our adventure. One thing is for sure though, we ...