Rome Accommodation Trastevere
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... guys!) and reflect on my life. I think I need to do this on my trip and I have been. Sometimes we need to be removed from our own life before we can process things. Overseas definitely gives you that removal. The funniest thing I saw in the ruins was a cat bathing in the sun and rolling around in the grass. It seemed to be a local cat, just enjoying the nearby ruins. Another cat joined it for a sunbathe and play. It was rather hysterical to watch. Here they are living in ...
... a kitchen to play in. Aka.. Dan cooked and socialized with the man who owned this apartment and I took a shower.
The host was a nice guy... just a little weird. Dan befriends everyone.. And that is perfect. I can avoid the awkwardness while Dan basks in it.
The next day we headed out with our knowledge of the city again and got off at the correct subway exit to the Colosseum. Immediately get in line and purchase tickets to enter.. Correct.. ...
... and become numb to their practical importance for our very existence. Let us not neglect to see that our blessings are many and our troubles are few, even if we do not consider this the truth even when we are suffering, struggling, or distressed.
Psalm 103:1-2 NLT
Let all that I am praise the LORD; with my whole heart, I will praise his holy name. Let all that I am praise the LORD; may I never forget the good things he does for me. ...
... view on the way and at the
top was overwhelming. There are 2 hotels at the top and spacious
viewing areas as well as a semi closed tunnel going around an outcrop
with window openings creating wonderful photo opportunities.
Mythological stories were available to be read in the tunnel. The
train trip down the mountain was similarly thrilling on the world's
steepest cog rail, 48 degrees past rock faces, forests and meadows ...
... us. Jumped in for a short trip back into central Rome where we found a pizza place where we just sat, enjoyed a great pizza, some dessert and coffee and the ambiance of Rome. Finally had to get moving again and wandered around the area for another hour or so before getting to the bus stop to get home, finally getting in about midnight.
A thoroughly enjoyable, exhausting day. More of the same tomorrow.