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... cool thing is is that they had a tv in the restaurant. And we watched roadrunner until we left.
Today is the 5th day in Rome and today we walked to a church that had this thing called the
Mouth of Truth. They say if you put your hand in its mouth and tell a lie it bites your hand off. But it didn't do it to us.
After we got out we walked to a park nearby, well the park wasn't that big it was small. But the park had a very good ...
... we took a taxi to our hotel Adler Roma. It was in a great location and just down the street from where I stayed last year. We dropped off our bags and then went exploring. It was really nice that I had been there before, so I kind of knew where the big tourist areas were. We first visited my favorite Cathedral and then had a delicious lunch in an outdoor cafe. Next, we headed to the Colosseum. I think it cost about 10 euros to get in and we walked ...
... at that time & managed to lead us in totally the wrong direction, where we ended up admiring another fountain, but not the one we were supposed to see. Silly me for not turning the map upside down! Aunty Stephanie (she also got the good sense of direction gene) took over again & we made our way back to our objective, only to find that the famous fountain was empty and heavy working equipment was down in the dry basin excavating it. I remember from my time ...
... they did this the entire time, but I kind of think they did.
3) While we were getting ready for dinner, we turned on the TV and saw an episode of The Big Bang Theory - completely in Italian. What a hoot! Even Raj had an Italian accent. Too funny!
4) Italian gas stations are right on the sidewalk. Cars just pull up like they were parking and fill er up.
Well it's off to bed for us. Our wake up call is for 6am in the morning.
... but well worth it for an amazing view. Unfortunately that also meant hundreds of steps, hot quarters and tons of people. It was well worth the suffering though as you got to look down into the church from the inner ring of the dome and then climb a couple more hundred steps to the top. Once you maneuvered through the wall to wall people on the top you had some of the most desirable views you've ever seen in your life. Again I could have stayed here for much longer but just ...