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This weekend was filled with soccer, getting into that European Culture! I went to a Roma game at Stadio Olympico against a Dutch team that was crazy and wreaked havoc in the city the night before destroying a historic fountain in front of the Spanish Steps. Because of this there was a lot of police force and the Dutch fans were separated from everyone and surrounded by police during the whole game. There was also riot teams ready for after the game too just in case. Game ended in a ...
... the Colosseum was ‘smaller than expected’ but with further investigation I discovered they meant that the area where “they played” was the small bit. Everyone agreed that the grandstand was big.
Just as I was gearing up my mind for the walk back across town to our camping shuttle bus, someone came up with the brilliant idea of using the Rome underground to save our legs. I thought that ...
... so we found a farmacia (pharmacy). They’re not the same there – they are literally just pills and supplements. I walked in and gave the man working the bottle and said “I need these”. He eyed them up and down then went behind the counter, climbed up and pulled them out of a drawer. Apparently in Italy they’re something you need a prescription for, but luckily I was able to get them anyway. I couldn’t imagine ...
... Talk about solar power - whole fields of solar panels!
Went to catch a taxi to the hotel when I arrived at Rome's train station. The driver looked at me as if I was mad when I advised of the hotel I wanted to be driven to. He was very good in not taking me as the hotel was 50 metres from the station (which he explained and pointed me in the right direction). Needless to say, I walked to the hotel!
... A Big Mac meal,
chicken nuggets, mozzarella sticks, and a large coke. Everything a hungover boy
From traveling to Florence knowing nobody (yet again), to
getting kicked out of an apartment, to making a bunch of new friends and having
a places to stay in Barcelona and Venice, I would say our first trip was a
Feeling truly grateful and blessed!
Never Stop Exploring.