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... time. After the endless art galleries, this was quite a change and I really enjoyed it!
For lunch I headed to a spot called L'Antico Noe 5 minutes east from the Piazza della Republica. It was a hole in the wall place, but it was cheap (nothing on the menu cost more than 5 euros) and delicious. 7 days in Florence so far and I honestly can't recall a single bad meal.
Later I picked up my luggage from the hostel and took the Frecciarossa to Roma ...
... br> As most visitors to Rome discover, "old" Rome is not an easy place to navigate, and we got lost on more than one occasion. Thank goodness for technology as we relied on a mobile phone to find our way home when all else failed. It was very common to see people at intersections with a map in their hand looking very confused and no doubt we looked much the same. Rome was a good city to end our great trip to Italy since, after dodging cars and people ...
... hard to keep up, but once we realised it was in Italian (and not Latin) we were on our own. However you can't mistake communion in a Catholic Church - especially one as large as this one, so we join in the line with everyone else and took communion from one of the 8 priests conducting the service. The afternoon was reserved for shopping at the Castel Romano Designer Outlet in Ostio. There was a dedicated bus to the outlet, so we bought ...
I work up from my first good sleep for 3 days I was so tired I nearly fell asleep in my dinner last night. I was so lucky to have a fresh new shower. And get new close on as well. I went to a cafe to get coffee for mum and dad I got 3 croissant for us all a Nutella one a jam one and costed one. They were amazing I had half Nutella and quoter costed. Then ...
... joke in there somewhere.
Next I checked out the piazza del Popolo. Very nice piazza close to a huge park. Killed some time in the park and grabbed a gelato (what else). Headed to the Vatican after that.
The line for the Vatican museum wasn't really that bad (props to Vito for tellin me to go at 2). The place was overly crowded ...