Travel Blogs from Rome
... light the USA coach seating. The seats were rock had and I would have loved
to have 5 inches of legroom. I was really curious how the seating was behind
the courting. Were they setting with the chickens or goats? But I was afraid to
venture behind the Curtin.
Well we made it to Rome and were standing around the luggage
caracal, Mitch went off to find the customers service station, and well ...
... along without a care. Sunshine, Sunday traffic, Italians sipping cappuccino, tourists sipping cappuccino, every sight imaginable intermingled inside our own happiness - cruise anticipation is like nothing else we have ever experience. It was churning around like an out of balance spin cycle inside our tummies. We arrived at Termini, bought two one-way tickets to Civitavecchia, about 4 euros each, and then it was Hello Mariner! Here We Are ...
... out how to take a taxi.
After I finally got to my apartment, things settled down. My roommate, who's from the other Miami, and most of my neighbors are students at John Cabot University. We explored our surroundings with a walk around the neighborhood, and came to the conclusion that our apartment—although surprisingly nice—is located in the boonies of Rome. There is graffiti everywhere; although I'm told that vandalism doesn’t have the ...
... dinner, and no I didn't have a moment, it was someone else's turn :-) A lady arrived at her apartment, searched her bag for ages and clearly didn't have her keys on her. All sorts of cursing later she stormed off, only to return minutes later with a male friend and a ladder. Luckily her apartment was on the first floor and on the street side but the ladder was nowhere near big enough. Everyone from the restaurant was watching intently now, and one of the other wait ...
Set off on a beautiful sunny morning,heading for rome.
We took the scenic road a few bumps they need new roads here !!
Arrived at camp Roma and had a relaxing afternoon off to Rome tomorrow
for a visit to the vatican and a tour bus around the ...