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... garden city". It reminds us a little of the Santa Teresa district of Rio de Janeiro. Regrettably the pretty Parco Brin is quite abandoned with knee-high grass and rusting children's play equipment. Romans blame it all on the Mafia!
Today we’ll take a walk through Rome with our knowledgeable companion, Raul.
We visit the Forum Boarium, where the “Bocca della Verità” ...
... stairs I think I have ever seen. Honestly they were 65° incline! It was a typical small Italian flat that the landlady has converted the 3 bedrooms into accomodation so it was very charming apart from the "piccolo" sized shower recess that we could hardly squeeze in and out of! From our little balcony we could see down into the street below where there was a great pizzeria. The first night we just wandered, and found a lovely little restaurant and ...
... half time - they'd been trying to find a place towpath it. Ang greeted them with "Kia Ora" and of course in the gloom instantly knew we were kiwis, though as they said later, the jerseys were also a bit of a give away. The four were from north Waikato. The others around NZ, including 3 young guys on a 5 month van trip around the US and Europe. They had recently done the Pamplona run with bulls. They said it was the scariest thing they'd ever done. We said goodbye to Tina ...
Check out of the resort at sparrow **** this morning & sorted out our expenses. Wasn't to bad about $1000 for the 11 days. Then it was into the hire car for the haul back to the Munich airport. For a while there we weren't sure we were heading to the right airport. But all good drove into airport. Found return hire car area & dropped car straight off. No problems. Found our airline, dropped off luggage & had some breakfast. All going well so far. Still a long ...
... what I
have done to my stomach. It quickly became a ritual for us to compete to see
who “The Don” is at the table. So basically who they let taste the wine before
the final say and whom they give the check to. The sad irony is that we all
split the check and none of us know the first damn thing about wine. As
childish as it is I am still proud of my 2-1-1 record. (I tied because I got
the wine but not the check)