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Travel Blogs from Rome
... to tie bracelets around your wrist, hand you flowers, sing for you, pose for a picture with you- they always end up asking for money! Nothing is free!
3. If you go out at night, don't go alone (especially if you're female)!
4. Proceed with caution when crossing streets- I felt as though pedestrians did not have the right away.
5. Do go on pub crawls- I met some great friends on my first one.
... ice cream. We headed to a nearby trattoria, where we ate lunch, used the toilet several times and smashed a plate (Amelia). Deciding to make the trip to Rome to drop off Ayden, we opted for making it a whole day trip so that we could get some ‘token’ photos of the girls in front of iconic sites. Our first stop, the Colosseum. Like most we have experienced thus far, it was an incredibly hot day. We realised that our decision in not taking a stroller (due to ...
... and watched him as he created a beautiful night scene of the Colosseum, which Mum purchased for a reasonable price.
After taking in one last look at the Colosseum we slowly made our way back home. We enjoyed our time in Rome, but think we'd pretty much seen everything on offer. I don't know if i'll return, but you never know...I did throw one coin into the Trevi Fountain yesterday!
... for dinner on our own, so Anthony and I went a little ways away from the square and found a quiet restaurant. Our feet were really tired at this point.
Dinner consisted of prosciutto with melon, spaghetti carbonara (they whisk the hot noodles with egg which cooks it, and then toss in cheese and bacon), followed by veal saltimbocca and Anthony had chicken with mushrooms. Another dinner where we could not finish the courses! All were paired ...
... s own little fountained piazza. We have breakfast together, Elise loving speaking Italian again, and so happy to see items on the menu such as melon & prosciutto for breakfast. After eating we trek across town to pick up the key to Nick & Mel's apartment, passing the via del Corso, the tribune piazza with two fountains and the beautiful via veneto. Stopping for a chinotto and later, an espresso. Walking back to our apartment we deliberately lost the others, detouring past the ...
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