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... beer but the
guy warned him it was really big, so we both got a small one each, which was
only 200ml, so the next time Sam asked for the big one, this time it was a
Litre – maybe a little too big. We decided to stay there for dinner, and
enjoyed listening to some live Jazz Guitarists. This place was really really
busy, they had a crack-up guy out the front trying to get people in, he was
telling people it was the restaurant of ...
... home for a rain jacket or to use a free water closet, 'toilet'.
Speaking of toilets, we saw our first really rude American tourist: he rudely acquired an Italian's attention with a hand on the shoulder and a "hey"; he asked in a forceful tone, "where is the bathroom?" The Italian, of course surprised at the harshness of this individual was bit taken aback. The Italian did not know the word "bathroom". The ...
... Hotel Opera was to be our accommodation for the next three nights. We found it not far from the station. The cobbled streets were not being kind to the wheels on our bags, with Lauren's wheels now visibly bent out of alignment! As check in was early, our room was not ready yet so we spent the time getting tickets for a 2 day hop on hop off bus ticket which provided us transport around Rome, and unlimited trips to the major sights of the city. By now our room was ready, so ...
... up and joined in. They were really sweet old people and one of the women was a kindergarten teacher who was excited to talk to Abby about her studying Speech Language Pathology.
It took a while for the tour to get started because some of the little headsets wouldn't work. Once again, it's impossible for me to describe how amazing the art was. They have a great collection of sculptures including lots of Bernini.
Our visit was limited to ...
... a lot in Rome as we tried to do in most cities. It was raining for a couple of days while we were there but we didnt let that deter us.
We saw the Victor Emmanuel II Monument (Il Vittoriano) at Piazza Venezia, the Trevi Fountain (a Mia favourite) and the Piazza di Spagna. We also visited the Castel Sant'Angelo late one afternoon and got another view of Saint Peter's Cathedral at night, this time from the other side.
We were saving the Vatican including ...