Rome Holidays - Testaccio
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It's a fitbit record for me, 39,000 steps and 26.5kms. I think I am ready to stop walking for the day now! Though I am not nearly as tired as I was with the stairs in recent days.
Got up early this morning to catch a bus. So after returning once after deciding that I didn't need 2 jackets, and then again to remember the map, I arrived at the bus station. Then my memory kicked in to remind me that I needed my ticket to the Colosseum, so I went back ...
... Appia Antica. Finally finding a map we discovered that we were still some distance away and as it's 34C today decided that it would keep for another day.
Back on the Metro to San Giovanni Station where we found yet another huge ornate church which we dutifully wandered around and ooh'ed and ahh'ed at. We sat outside for refreshments at a little café and then headed back on the Metro for home.
So now ...
... 3x the cost at the stand up counter. The cornetto is similarly priced. The lesson we learn today is that in Italy, there is a cost to sit. Franco, our host at Home Sweet Home, later tells me that you can sit all day if you want, and thus the reason why the costs are so high when you choose a table over the stand-up counter. This really doesn't "sit" well with Colleen. I suppose it's a good thing that you don't need to tip here, either.
... third customs officer arrived to open a booth so I dived on that and got through, then waited for Karen. She said another woman with a child had tried to follow me through but she must have put on an Angry Russian Woman face and told her that I was her friend and she was following me through and nobody was stopping her! Karen's description of the airport - an abortion of a design! I think it was the only airport that made the old Bali airport look luxurious!!
... one. After arriving going to figure out our flights or trains to Barcelona and then a little more exploring.
Currently at the pizza place in Florence that the Jersey Shore cast worked at. Very exciting!
Great city with unrivaled history. You can walk everywhere and easy to navigate. Can do everything in two days or spend two weeks. Excellent.
Rome was a really amazing city. They ...