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Fortunately for me, Rachael’s parents had organised a trip to the States to see some friends and catch up with us. This I hoped, would give me some one on one time with her father Danny who is pretty much the coolest dad anyone could ask for.
There were only a handful of occasions where ...
... and hummus but pat had a steak! The lady sitting next to us was having one and he thought it looked good. They charge for bread and water which we did not know. I left my umbrella here.
Then we made our one mistake of the trip. We headed back, in the rain, to see Trevi Fountain lit up an it was not worth it, IMO. Super crowded and we were too tired and the rain did not help.
We got a good nights sleep, the next day we went horse riding. That was a very good group activity as well. Lunch was good again, as expected. After lunch we went to explore the Colosseum all afternoon,it was huge. Dinner was absolutely amazing, we had dessert this time, and it was great. Italian ice-cream, called Gelato, is absolutely fabulous.
... who was another Aussie but he was running off somewhere. Then decided to go on a mission to find food. Walked around the area for about 10minutes but ended up coming back to the pizza place that was right next door. Was a bit sad having my first dinner all alone :( the last hostel I made friends the moment I got there and because it was a smallish place you kind of had to hangout together and meet the others. The hostel in Rome is ...
... of the Ancient Roman Forum. We also had the opportunity to visit multiple temples. Our last stop in the Forum was the Senate House, which is the only building which is almost entirely intact, also the place where Julius Caesar was assassinated.
Tomorrow we will be experiencing some dumb luck, visiting the Vatican on the one day a month that admission is free. The alarm is set bright and early.