Surprising in Rome Bed and Breakfast
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... t at all mind. We went to our room and there was 10 beds, and oddly enough most of the guys were in there hanging out. We made our introductions and the first thing they asked was if we were going on the pub crawl tonight. We said we weren't sure, and didn't know anything about it. They said twice a week there is a huge hostel party and everyone was going, so went to the desk and bought tickets.
My first night in Rome was hands ...
... we had been when we climbed those stairs.
From there we wandered down and decided to go in search of St. Peter’s Prison rather than through all of the Roman Forum. That was possibly a mistake for two reasons. The Prison was a let-down and perhaps, even a hoax. And we walked back up and around to find it, then down a hill and at the bottom of the hill was the exit from the Forum. We would have ended up in the same place if we had walked ...
... a generous couple and would not let us contribute to the meal or the taxi we shared back to our hotels. We now have a real reason for revisiting New York, hopefully in 2015. We thank you Alex and Julia for your generosity and friendship and hope we can maintain the contact and meet again at your place and ours! Our last day in Rome was spent on the bus tour and shopping though not much was purchased despite a lot ...
The very first thing that happened in Rome after Chels and I found our hostel was an all out downpour, complete with thunder and lightning, and it was hysterical. You know there is a lot of water coming from the sky when two kids raised in the rainforest of southeast Alaska feel the need to get umbrellas. We gave the storm a run for its money and were among the last people actually out on the street, but we finally gave up and hunkered down in a restaurant, where ...
... once in a while a uniformed man will accost one and have words with him, but effectively they are defenseless against the vast number of these predators. We found this aspect of Italian life to be the worst part of visiting here and enough for us to say that we have seen this part of the world and are happy if we do not see it again. We thank God that we were spared from harm.
Tomorrow we drive on to Venice and will be pleased to have Rome behind us