Litus Roma Hostel
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... At midnight we could make out the fireworks
that were happening all over the city and then we headed back to get some sleep
at our hotel (NH Leonardo Da Vinci- a really nice hotel with an AMAZING buffet
I should also mention that I (Amy) had the best pizza ever at a restaurant
called Amalfi (near Ottavanio station). It was half calzone (flipped over
pizza) and half margherita ...
... all the "buffet" is. Pizzas, cheese, meats, bruschetta...and countless other amazing looking dishes. Now what!! Do we go for the aperitivo or just the pasta? Screw it...we want pasta. It's now 7:45...close enough to dinner, right? We tell the waiter what we'd like...he looks taken aback...you can hear him thinking "Did they just really order that???". Then ...
... Steve’s recommended dinner spot. Bonus that a recommended gelato stand was next door. We headed out for dinner – it was delicious. Doug then grabbed some gelato (no shocker there) and we walked back. The restaurant and gelato stand were almost behind the Vatican so it was a good healthy walk. Uphill. Fitbit update: 19k steps, 41 stairs.
Side note: the Vatican’s roads confuse me. Some are on top of the wall and some are much lower. I would love ...
... well received off the beaten path in Italy as they are in other places.
After visiting the Coliseum, we headed to the Vatican to see if we could get a quick view of it before it closed. When we arrived, the entire square was packed full of people. There were several large projectors showing a woman speaking closer to the front, and the whole thing looked like some sort of pop culture game show thing. We walked through it a few ...
... perfectly suited for such a situation. Accordingly, we see parts of the country that many Americans never get to experience.
Tonight is the overnight ferry to Palermo. The ferry is more like a cruise ship than what you typically think of as a ferry. The stateroom is actually not bad and we have a large porthole so it doesn’t feel claustrophobic. Unfortunately, John suffers from seasickness and the sea is rough tonight so it may be a LONG trip for ...