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... but it's also nice to be back in Rome until next Tuesday, when I fly out to Dublin! Tomorrow and the rest of this week all we have going on is a "Charrette" with some Italian students. I'll keep you posted on what we are doing, cause I have no idea what we will be doing as of now. Have a good week, and enjoy the foot of snow that's about to hit you all back home, it's supposed to be 60's and sunny for most of this week here in Rome!
... We wandered (theme of this trip) some more, occasionally stopping to see Christmas displays or other buildings. And then we went to the Torre Asinelli, one of two old towers in the city center. The towers were important because all of the regions of what is today Italy used to be constantly at war with each other in their history prior to unification. The towers would have provided a high lookout post so that the Bolognese could see ...
Took the train to Milan this morning. Gotta stop there to get the train to Bologna. We passed the snow covered Alps. Just beautiful! Can't believe how many amazing train rides I've been on. Sometimes i feel guilty about napping.
The Italian border officers boarded the train to check passports as they typically do. The Italian couple sitting across the aisle from me did not have their passports. The cops told them to grab their things. I wonder ...
What a hilarious start to the day, woke up to some commotion outside but being cold we just rolled over and stayed in bed, half an hour later we were woken again to tapping on our windscreen. Ben went to investigate only to find a large market had set up next to us, and we were in someone's designated selling spot! That got us up! Quickly moving on, before being stuck in the car park all day. Continuing north ...
... a picnic dinner at the statue of David
For dinner we got a picnic of pesto pasta, salad and wine and headed into the city to have dinner. We stopped off at the bridge and had some photos and enjoyed the lights sparkling on the water. We then headed to Davids square and had our picnic.This was really nice, the square was very quiet and peaceful. We had a look at the Statues in the old roman building next door and then headed back to the hostel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center