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Great Squares (Piazze)
Rome's squares are one of the main attractions of the Italian Capital, perhaps 'the core' of the city itself.
In Piazza for meeting each other, to amuse, chat with friends, and for events or for the daily 'happy hour'.
Piazza del Campidoglio (on the Capitol Hill) is the headquarter of the ...
... The Museo, The Sisteen Chapel and of course The Gelateria. Kathryn 'Rome wasn't built in a day', 'so when in Rome' you begin to understand 'why all roads lead...' there! Yup 'Rome is pretty much an outdoor museum' (a Ryan quote) smushed into a busy metropolitan city. Loved it! Finally got to have Tirimusu and couldn't help but see how far away I could position myself to throw my coin into the Trevi fountain. You'd be pleased to know I didn't hit any of the 100s ...
For those that don't know much about Vatican City, here's a bit of background:
The Vatican is a holy city. It is it's own country; the smallest country in the world with a population of around 700. This is where the pope lives. Among him lives other strong Catholic figures and workers of the Vatican City. It is impossible to enter the actual city/country without being either a resident or getting a pass in advance (which ...
... Busabouter, Elke who is from Logan. I had a really nice pasta and at dinner Sarah offered for me to stay in her cabin which she had booked by herself so I grabbed my stuff and moved in!! There was aircon in the cabin too so we turned it right down and each jumped into our beds with blankets!! I hadn't used a blanket in quite some time. The next day Erica, Sarah and I went into Rome on the public bus and metro to meet the walking tour that we had purchased through Busabout called ...
... could buy a camera card, then headed on to dinner. When we left we tried to find a grocery store but couldn't understand a word they were saying. So after trying to communicate, I ended up leaving with what I thought was lotion, only to find out it was soap. Mission failed. Now we're just sitting around our apartment doing some school assignments and planning our Florence trip this ...