Casa Dei Colori
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... rode the train into Rome from the airport and then tried to get on the metro to go to our B&B. Too many people crammed into the first metro train and we watched while the doors literally closed on people and push/wedged them all in. The next metro came and Madeline said "Mom, just follow me on, if I get on you HAVE to make it too. I replied that if she made it on, nothing would be able to stop me from making it on too! Well, we made it on together and rode ...
... down while the chef went inside to fire up the ovens and don his toque and then came back outside to take our order. We didn't know it, but we were in for a real treat. I had prosciutto wrapped veal that almost melted in my mouth, while Susan enjoyed a lightly fried lamb chop. Despite the fact chef spoke no english, and we no italian, we were able to find a common language in good food and wine, it being evident that this, for ...
... It's also super cheap. You will pay about 5-7 US dollars for the best pizza and pasta you will ever eat. Absolutely amazing. I have no idea why, but a good majority of the people here are overweight. Especially the kids. I think Napoli translates to "City where groups of fat 14 year-old girls walk around in clothing for 12 year-old skinny kids." My Italian isn't great, so I could be off on a few words. From my short time here I have discovered most of the guys here ...
... home, where I fell fast asleep and didn't get up until midday the next day.
I spent the next afternoon at the Vatican, climbing St Peters and generally being stunned at the scale of the place. I had to constantly remind myself how large it was by keeping an eye on humans wandering around near the entrance. WIthout them, the scale of the place is lost and everything just seems normal. Later I lounged on the grass and read in the afternoon sun, and just soaked up ...
... 1 cent Canadian, 10 cents Bolivian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 5
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Wandering around Rome