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Rome was an amazing and interesting city which definitely was not built in a day. Ancient ruins are throughout the city and holds so much history. On our first night we visited some well known sights such as the Spanish stairs, Trevi fountain, Basilica Santa Maria and the Colosseum. The following day was spent looking around the city and mastering the metro system! We attended a tour of ...
... We stood in front of it for a couple of minutes trying to figure out how to validate our tiny ticket stub (the slot was much much larger) before an ATAC officer came to our rescue, much to his chagrin.
After arriving at Trastevere train station, we were again caught in the experience of dealing with Italian public transportation. I knew I was meant to be on.. I knew which direction I as meant to be heading.. The maps however could have been written in Sanskrit ...
... attentive, always took care to explain the menu and what he would bring out next with all the guests. He was incredibly enthusiastic and energetic – smiling all the time, rushing around to meet each and every dinner’s need. I cannot say enough about how great this guy is!! Oh yes, and the food – delicious and reasonably priced but Mario made the experience memorable. TripAdvisor review will be coming ...
... artists selling their wares and buskers.
It was getting towards the end of a very long very hot day but we had one more stop on the way back to the hotel and that was to get a pic on St Peter's by night....beautiful!! :-)
Things I have learnt:
1. You can buy adapters for 5 euro in Rome.....so glad I wasted $40 on one in Australia
2. Waste of time bringing a straightener.... :-/
3. Earplugs + 2 mersyndol = a good night sleep
... ministry is a marathon, not a sprint, as they say and I need to be able to downshift at times. We also enjoyed passeggiata, night-time neighborhood strolls Italians take to digest supper and see the sights after dark. In Roma this a sensory feast beyond adequate description, and so much more interesting than sitting in front of a computer or television. Piazza Navona in the late evening is the single most spine-tingling ...