Emi's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in Florence has already said they want to be paid in cash. Why is that? Surely not to evade tax. No wonder Italy is broke. There is little chance of redemption if they don't change their ways.
I reckon this will be final entry for Rome. Looking back, we have done a helluva lot in Rome and haven't scratched the surface. A trip back is definitely on the cards.
... to deal with to get there was dreadful!
After dealing with that it was about 2.30 so we walked to Pizzarium near the Capri metro station for lunch. We had one really delicious pizza, and two average ones, but the arancini made up for it. This was followed, obviously, by gelato.
Then we went to have a look around St Peters square, we didn't go ...
... long, or so we thought. I should have been skeptical as soon as I saw that there wasn't a meter in the taxi, which was marked by the way. But the guy was really friendly and almost grandfatherly, so I wasn't expecting it when he turned around at our stop and demanded 40 euros for a 15 minute taxi ride. We were way too exhausted to try and fight it, and this was the first country we'd been in where neither of us knew the local language. I guess in the end, it evened out ...
... that they would probably be able to get a pope bobble-head (thinking that the idea of a pope bobble-head was so ridiculous and would never actually be available) but alas, I was mistaken! There standing before was many, many pope bobble-heads...so naturally, I bought one.
We continued on our way through the ancient ruins on Rome. We saw old meeting places, temples, forums, the place where Caesar was assassinated, and even the place where he was cremated. Our tour ...
... was the olive trees with their little olives and the lime & orange trees! Then it was on to the forum and the ancient temples. The temple of the Vestal Virgins blew me away; I could almost see myself in a chiton walking around 2000 years ago! Back to our B&B for a rest and some antipasti & Peroni from the grocery store. As the sun started to set we thought we would head out for an ...