San Michele a Porta Pia Bed & Breakfast
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... ricotta cheese, salami, and baked ham. It was delicious and the dough was some of the best I have had. We continued to shop for the remaining of the two hours and then all met up and went to Piazza Navona. The buildings were beautiful and there were street performers and fountains. We sat and wrote our postcards to our families and mailed them. I really liked going to Piazza Navona because it felt like I was somewhat immersed in the culture of Italy. Next, ...
... ahead, because when we are going to bed, you guys are probably about ready to eat lunch; and when we wake up, you guys are just going to bed! I keep thinking that we are in the future! Right now I am in the hotel about ready to go to bed, and we had a long and tiring day. We first learned the Metro system. We also took the bus around the city to get our bearings, relax and enjoy it. We learned that there are many pickpockets so we had to keep a close ...
... very highly on tripadvisor to have the best Pizza Bianca in Rome, so we walked past after marveling at the Colosseum for a bit and kept walking down towards this pizza place. We passed a small park we'd heard about, which is the place where Julius Caesar was murdered, which was a small block of roman ruins that was fenced off. I'll get back to that later. So we finally got to the street where we thought this cafe was, and we couldn't find it. We did a few ...
... to go in. We all had 2 each and they were awesome. Feeling a little tipsy, we asked the waiter where we could find music to dance. He pointed us in a way and we walked around for a bit but couldn't hear music. We finally found a place where we could hear some sort of music so paid 5 Euro each for entry (which also got us a free drink) and went in. It was hilarious! This place was dark and had about 10 people in it. They were rapping! But all in Italian.. It was damn ...