Surprising in Rome Bed and Breakfast
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Day 2 and while we are still recovering from taking over 24,000 steps yesterday (Lisa has a pedometer for a competition at work -- she is dominating), we are excited about the day. Noname Cafe again -- Lisa had to tell the staff the whole story of our trip and her grandfather. Jack's daughter, ya think? First stop: The Colosseum. While still impressive in its current state, you have to wonder what it would have been like to see ...
Friday, we finally toured the Colosseum with our API group. It was unbelievable and massive, even with half of its height missing. Following our tour, my roommates and I decided it was time to find the Anglo-American bookstore to get all of our books for our classes. After asking many Italian speaking people where the Spanish Steps were (the closest landmark to the bookstore), we finally found ...
... to get a seat at this rest. Such a good choice. From there we saw they there was done kind d of fair along the riverbanks, so we walked up and down stopping to listen to sone rally good bands, and some karaoke, then saw corn on the cob Ruvelle and I couldn't resist so got one each, and as we kept walking there was a chocolate fruit stall so Orna & morris had one of these. Then bit more walking and now really need yo get so e sleep as up early for our Vatican City tour at ...
... first another magnificent breakfast.
We walked past the Spanish steps first. I had heard so much about these steps , and when we got there I didn't believe Steve these were them. I guess I am not a good catholic, fallen I think they say. Yes they were steps, yes there were a few of them, but really? Not sure what the fuss was about. I think some Spanish dude built them as a tribute to the pope and Jebuz, something like that. But still, walk down Katoomba if you want to ...
... relatively early - we were on the street by 9am. It was a long day ahead. Rome has so much to see and it is all very spread out. Old Rome is all cobblestone everywhere and you walk and share the road with cars and scooters. Sometimes crossing a road - even those with walk signals - is like taking your life in your hands. I've yet to decided if there's more cars honking in Rome or NYC. Watching the cars here they honk just because they can, not because there's even a ...