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... and replenish our tired feet. Dinner tonite is at Canova, locate in the people's square. Dinner consisted of grilled vegetable antipasto, tasting of tomato based pasta and spinach & cheese ravioli, veal saltimbocca and salad, then finishing off with a cream type cake dessert. Vegetables were very nice, pasta/ravioli was ok, veal was yummy but I could finish it, and no dessert for me. Canova was a typical italian restaurant with an older gentleman playing an ...
We were up early so we headed across the river to visit the Trevi Fountain again and also check out the view from the top of the Spanish Steps.
Here's a picture of the hotel we stayed at back in 1998 which is literally around the corner from the Trevi. Long story short – in 1998 upon arrival we had to go to the Australian Embassy to get our passports re-issued (because ...
... While waiting for the tour to had lunch at a cafe outside the Vatican. Such a rookie mistake. A sandwich, chicken and veggies was 50 euro, what a rip. That night we had a few drinks and went home. Friday we walked to Trevi fountain and the Pantheon. That night we found a really cool area of Trastevere that was a bunch if small streets full of bars, restaurants, vendors and street performers. We met a couple of lawyers from New Zealand that we hung out with ...
... living the scene in Tangled.
October 5th: We got back pretty late the night before, so I slept in until 1/1:30 pm. I woke up and grabbed my art kit to go to a nearby cafe. I went to the vine place. I wasn't planning to go with anyone but Taylor (a girl in our group) was there. I spent 5-6 hours there. Domenico is the owner of the vine place and he has the smallest little bakery cafe place. It is covered in vines on the outside. It's so beautiful. We sat in these ...
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