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... vehicles are allowed in the swept are, so walk, walk it is. Even though we are a block from St Peter's in our hotel, we estimate that because of the street shutdowns, we will have to walk at least 2 miles to get to a good position.
we did a test run today. It took us codgers from 11am to 5 pm to do our route. The only question we need to resolve tonight is what time should we start walking. We are focusing ...
... rail into the city then walked to the apartment. Previous guests now gone [fortunately, without any of our bags]. Our apartment in Rome was not as well equipped for self catering as apartments we had experienced elsewhere in Italy and Stuey thought we might have to eat out more. However, he had not factored in the highly innovative and resourceful Trishy, so evening meals ended up being 50:50 eat in/eat out.
The San Lorenzo district ...
... this tardiness?
It's not all bad news, the train manages to make 5 minutes and we get into Roma Termini with a few minutes to spare ....we leg it down to the station to look at the departure boards...we've got a few minutes ....and run for the Naples train...we make it.....Just.
In an hour's time, we'll be in Naples, from there we've got to find the ferry port if we're going to make the last ferry to the island of Ischia.
... who were sitting next to us at dinner in the alfresco eatery. They spoke quite good English though they marked themselves pretty hard! We chatted about how the Euro had altered things and they said countries like
theirs seem to pay, pay, pay to support the Greece’s and Portugals which are economic basket cases.
Best news was that we’ve managed to avoid any news of the Australian election save for GG
finding out that we ...
... pasta and baking pizza. And if thats not enough the sweet allure of gelati lingers on every street corner. You can never get lost in Roma. Or even if you do, that overwhelming sense of panic that you get when you can't find north or ask directions because your attempts at local dialect leaves passersby just as lost and confused as you are, float way in a hopeful daydream. Not to worry, this is Rome. The streets are cobblestone paved and everywhere you look is a side streets ...