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... Part of travelling is to get perspective and get rid of our preconceptions, but the stereo typing of an Italian is SO true; they always eat pasta, sing lots (and very good!) drink wine, deal with mafia, their day revolves around soccer, drink loads of coffee, gesticulate and are always late; It is all there and we LOVED it!
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The sun had set but the day was far from over. we decided to take a stroll to Fontana Di Trivei. Enroute we saw Piazza Venezia. My feet were really hurting after so much of walk during the day however the sight of the fountain lifted up my spirits. I throw a coin over my shoulder making a secret wish !!
Finally, the day ended with a nice Indian dinner.
Today although unplanned, we decided to visit the other ...
... lunch and I got a cheeseburger, which was a nice break from pizza. We finally made it home to the convent, so I could wash my feet and put some new shoes on. I definitely got some interesting looks as I walked past the people in my neon pink dress and shoeless. One barber walked out of his shop and asked what happened, a waiter offered me his shoes and a shopkeeper attempted to communicate through broken english and Italian of where I could buy some new shoes. It was really ...
... with the phone - what a relief! Very lucky.
So we went back to the hotel for a bit of a rest then later that night jumped on the bus to see the Castel Sant'Angelo which is a fascinating castle by the Tiber river. After a bit of exploring we just caught the last bus back to near where were staying and had tea at a trattoria - more pizza and pasta! ...
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