I Tetti di Roma
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... what I think the italian owner said. Today we will catch the train to Salerno and then a boat over to Positano, on the Amalfi coast. I'm feeling rather excited. We are currently on the train (first class I might add. Not too shabby!) awaiting out trip to Salerno. The scenery is just beautiful. Vineyards all around and cute little cottages in the middle of nowhere. A couple of things I've learnt this morning: The Italians must love alcohol more than the ...
Another morning shopping for me as Ken went to his booking time to visit the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. I did this last time and Ken really wanted to spend a lot of time in the museum, besides I needed to find Larissa some boots!
Ken said that the lines in the museum and chapel were horrendous and much worse than when we went before, which was in The April. If the month later into the spring is bad, summer must be awful. However, he really ...
... so it was back downhill, past a tall tower I will need to identify, past Trajan's markets, down the Via dei Fori Imperiali, and ... That was as far as we got before deciding to stop for a relatively early dinner at Angelino ai Fori.
We'd noticed some commotion in the area in front of the Vittoriano as we turned onto via dei Fori Imperiali, and during dinner it became apparent that it was a protest that was headed in our ...
... amazing view of Florence and the mountains of Tuscany in the background. We could even see the train station, which is where we headed next! Unfortunately, silly us got on the next train to go to Rome, which happened to be the three hour scenic ride, rather than the one hour express train, so we got to Rome a bit later than expected. Luckily, our hostel was literally just around the block from the train station ...
... Italian monumental building on the way. We ate out in town and got
ripped off by a mafia looking waiter who barely spoke English and
wouldn't accept that he over charged us. We got gelato for dessert
before heading back to the camp ground.
While we were having pre
drinks a Turkish guy came up to us and asked me to braid his rat tail.
It was the longest I have seen, almost down to his ****! Kaidi, Lauren
and I decided to go to the Ciao Bella for ...