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... asked for some pepper. Amazingly lovely people. He said "si si" and ran back into the kitchen and appeared with a small bag of peppercorns. I didn't realise that my Italian was that good.. Wonderful what a phrase book and the internet can do. We did have to crush the peppercorns,but let's not be ungrateful.
Then it was present ...
... Jess and Claire have arrived at the airport for their flight and now have a good chance of beating us to Rome. Anyway we finally get back on the plane and an hour n a half later were in Rome. The bags took a lifetime to come out then the bus took a lifetime to the city but finally finally we made it and checked in. Claire had managed to add me to their booking so my accomm was all sorted and only costing £15 a night for a beautiful room and ...
... me, I might lose my mind.
We called it in relatively early today and made dinner here at the apartment. We picked up gluten-free pasta at the pharmacy (because that's where you get it here) and just tossed it in fresh pesto with some tomatoes and prosciutto we had left over from the other day.
I'm a bit nervous about tomorrow. We're headed to Roma Termini bright and early to take ...
... next hour or so was spent perfunctorily wandering through the rest of the museum – including the Sistine Chapel – trying to find each other. We met up again at the return for the audioguide, sent a couple of postcards, and bailed. The line to actually go into the Basilica wound all the way around the square, so we headed for home. Cindy will need to come back again to see her favorite Michaelangelo sculpture, the Pieta.
On our last day we went for a ...
... the only one ordering it I couldn't have it. Erg. He suggested the gnocchi. Service was slow, food was bad. Just weird all around. Oh well. I had never heard about the Sovereignty of Malta in Rome: http://voices.yahoo.com/the- territory-sovereign-order-knights-53261 55.html Met our guide at the Vatican. She was great. The Vatican was incredible. Tapestries, paintings, mosaics. Loooong hallways with amazing painted ceilings. Then we ...