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... past the Trapizzino office (randomly) on our walk. We bought tee shirts for C and K (not right size for A). Took mini bus 115 to Plaza Garibaldi. Nice view from above, but took some time out of the day, but it was a welcome time to sit on the bus. Then took bus to Piazza Navonna. Stopped for second lunch just nearby to rest feet and refuel. Pizza and focaccia. Pantheon next- listened to Rick Steve headset- very interesting. Left and started to rain hard, decided to ...
... passport number in my email), and we were off. I didn’t really have any fear of driving in Italy (this place has NOTHING on Brazil), but I REALLY didn’t want to mess up the rental car, and driving a minivan in a country of minicars and scooters had me a little on edge. Kristi figured out the vagaries of the maps though, and soon enough we were back at the hotel.
This was our last day in Rome. The city is beautiful, with some incredible and ...
... the most enormous archway. Kept turning round to look again. Up into Piazza Venezia. There were huge crowds everywhere. Music. There was a huge kids activity day going on. Rock Climbing. Petting Zoo. Basketball. You name it. They had it. It was a very warm day and I bought a roll for lunch and sat on a large stone bench under the shade of those enormous pine trees and watched the proceedings. There was live music and street performers. It was fun to watch. There were queues ...
... in other boxes around the church that didn't do anything in the immediate term. L said she was developing a Pavlovian response to the clink of coins in church boxes: each time she heard one she would look around to see if a light came on.
After we got back to the hotel, we relaxed in the restaurant cafe area. We have really enjoyed staying here. It is a tiny hotel, confined to just one floor of a building. The staff is great. They know who ...
We spent six days exploring Rome. Our apartment was located near the ancient city walls. The city was basically an open aired museum. We were able to easily wander to the sites such the Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Pantheon, The Vatican, Colosseum, etc.. ...