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Train to Rome. As I look out the window, I can't help but feel sad we're leaving Tuscany. In 2 days we will be leaving this country. As though the clouds shared the way I feel about this departure, it poured and was still pouring when we arrived in Rome. We boarded our Taxi, that took us safely to our hotel. The hotel was nice. It's bigger inside …
With Tammie in Rome
... would decide the fate of the loser. Often they would survive otherwise they would be killed by the winner.
We pay to wander into the roman forum, colosseum and palatine hill but it is quite boring just looking at piles of brick. It is super hot outside so I grab a GF calzone (wasn't that amazing unfortunately but filled the spot) and then we mission it back to our accommodation before it gets ...
... hurriedly gave me directions. Because of
her, we just made the bus and therefore just made our train by 30 seconds.
Future breaks, future breaks. Now a lot happened on this trip, some happenings
are not worth repeating. I’m going to give you the speed round on Florence.
Trevor arranged our stay at these girls’ apartment, all from
Towson University. We arrive at the apartment roughly at 8 p.m.; start ...
... do it. Again, more music and dancing, and friendships forging in broken languages (mostly mine) alongside a touring French group called Train Fatal.
We caught a taxi home and the weirdest part of this magical day was that we had the same driver who picked us up our first night in town, something that he said he has never seen before. It makes sense ...