Relais Rome Sweet Home Trastevere
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... there. But instead, threw caution to the wind and tried for the u-turn. Thinking to myself the whole time “just don’t scratch the car.” I managed to squeeze it through, only to have to wait in the long line of traffic to get on the bridge.
At this point, I had taken so many twists and turns, I wasn’t entirely sure where I needed to go. I had a concept in my brain of where the river bends were and where the city center was, so my plan was to go that way ...
So, not sure if this is normal with Italian trains, but the toilets on our train dumped directly onto the tracks. I looked down the hole and could actually see the ground speeding by. So gross! I don't know if that is legal here, a little third worldish, I think. The train was also very warm all night long. The beds were comfortable, and it's still a great way to travel long distances, but give me a German train over an Italian train any ...
... there's quite a lot of the ancient remains in the basements of the existing buildings. A walk up the gentle slope brought us to Montecitorio, the city hill. There's another huge Egyptian obelisk, with just a small portion of the hieroglyphics remaining, and in the adjacent Piazza Colonna is the second of the city's massive 'story' columns, this one with the exploits of Marcus Aurelius carved into the spiral around the column. His statue has, of course, been replaced ...
... between us all. Overall, a very interesting night with some local flavor. Even though there was a definite language barrier, I think we all had a good time, it was cool because it's not an experience most people traveling in Italy would have. Longest day of my life, but it ended well and so far I'm loving Isola d' Elba.
We saw on a flyer a rental place for scooters in Portoferraio, so we wanted to wake up early and make our way over there to scooter around ...
... it was still the cool part of the day. We got lost! We did find to our delight by surprise the Piazza del Popolo,the north gate of Rome. We were both pleased with our unexpected find and I did reminded Laura of the Vagabond book that she had brought me for my Christmas present, that stated 'even when you get lost someplace you will still find something that you weren’t expecting'. Whilst we were enjoying our find, some guy when I least expected it shoved a ...