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... assistance. Nothing was to be found. Most of the remote-terminal was closed due to the late hour (I presume) and therefore my only remaining option without any information on trains, was to take a taxi. In the past, I have tended to avoid foreign taxis as they rarely speak enough English to ensure that I am heading to the right destination at an acceptable price. Instead, I have frequently taken a train or hired a car.
Exiting the terminal, I saw no taxi ...
... the tombs of many former popes.
Our three hour tour lasted almost four hours and was an enlightening and informative way to spend our morning in Rome. We praise our guide and say good bye to her and our fellow tour participants.
After a full morning of culture we are very hungry so we make our way to the bus stop and take the bus to a favorite pizzeria near the Pantheon for lunch. We take a quick look inside the Pantheon and ...
... much and I was fed up. So we decided to get off and have lunch and decide what to do. We ate in a surprisingly good bistro across the road from the train station. Katie had a plate of 5 mixed pastas (8/10) which she ate a lot of, and I tasted some (yum!) and I had a good chicken with roast potatoes and tomatoes (also 8/10). We enjoyed our meal and they were very friendly towards us.
We decided not to bother with the silly bus and opt for the metro instead. ...
... where all the actors were burned alive at the end!) Also, for anyone who ever complained that the Hunger Games was a rip off of Battle Royale: Nope. It's just a sci-fi version of ancient Roman gladiator fights, (except that instead of random equipment scavenged on the go, the gladiators were given distinct sets of equipment selected to give them balanced offensive and defensive capabilities ...
... Then we slowly made our way back to the hostel. Italy uses these tiny buses and they really make me laugh, I'm going to miss them! We were all a bit tired and although the architecture is amazing, we spent a bit of time just relaxing in our hostel before we left. We took a cab to the airport and we got to see some of the not so nice areas of Rome but it was good to see outside the city. It was bittersweet watching rome fade away in the distance. We all got checked in, ...
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