Cesar Palace Guesthouse
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... this time there was no trouble getting the suitcases away in the very limited space. This was a "fast" train. I commented on how we were leaving cars behind (I thought they must have been on a slow road), but then we noticed we were doing 300kmph!
I had googled how to get to the hotel, and it was a short walk. We found it pretty easily, despite almost no signage. Hotel Una is pretty nice, although the rooms are ...
... climb over, touch and really feel - although some parts have been roped off for further exploration. We could have spent even more time here - at one point, Georgia asked if we could come back tomorrow! I hope that it really fired their imaginations!
Then, after a lovely pasta meal at the museum cafe, we headed back into Rome and stopped at Eataly. The best way to describe this is a 3 storey gourmet food ...
... Unfortunately, we settled for the most horrible meals of our lives at a small halal restaurant. It’s so strange that most things are shut in Rome on Boxing Day, when in Australia everyone would be going crazy at the sales.
Here in Rome, and especially in this neighbourhood, a lot of street vendors yell out to Joanna, calling her 'blondie’ and ‘pretty one.’ We’ve observed there aren’t ...
We had another drive day today, the bus was pretty quiet as we were all catching up on a bit of sleep from two big nights out in Florence, luckily the drive into Rome wasn't too long. We arrived in Roma around 1pm and were given an hour to go have some lunch, Matilda, Amy, Kirsty, Laura, Megan and I found a cheap Italian restaurant in a square that was filled with street artists, it was a pretty amazing sight. I ordered a seafood risotto , but I have to say that the ...
... if I spoke Castiliano (Spanish from Castille). I guess in a way it makes sense, but these are the things you could never have the insight to discover on your own. So with that, sweet dreams. Tomorrow is another day and I look forward to seeing more of this world as well as understanding even better how it sees me.
P.S. Marco luckily mentioned that it is considered rude to say "ciao" for goodbye to the older ...