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... even though we'd been before. We managed to avoid the main rush of tourist groups. It was a bit late to go to the Vatican museum and maybe in the too hard basket. Everyone was very keen to go back to the same Gelato shop in Trastavere, even though it was a considerable detour en route back to the bikes.
It was a bit of a struggle walking back to the bikes, but the ride home went well apart from getting a bit lost when I thought I could ...
Finally Thursday rolled around and with it the weekend. AUR
graciously gives their students three-day weekends. We decided to get more
familiar with the nightlife in Rome before venturing out to terrorize other
cities. My flat mates and I came to the decision that Friday and Saturday night
would be the designated nights to eat out. I have yet to encounter a bad meal
and I seriously doubt I will ever leave a restaurant feeling ...
... doing I walk all the way back to the apartment and drink in the sight of the Via Veneto and the ancient walls of Rome one last time. As I had a big lunch, dinner tonight shall be my favorite: wine, cheese, crackers, apples and grapes while I finish up packing. Tomorrow morning at 8 my car service will be picking me up for the trip to the airport and back to those whom I hope have been missing me. I did stop at Trevi, coins over the shoulder; I shall return.
When I was 20 years old and saving to go on a dream trip around Asia and Oz, I worked with an older lady who was always telling me about her son and his travels. She told me he set out on a similar trip but got to Rome and got no further, it was three years later that he finally left. In that time he got a job, learned the beautiful language and just fell instantly in Love with everything the city had to offer.
I wish I had listened to ...
... when I relaxed a little more that I could really just soak in the place. The Forum is a must see of course, but I enjoyed a lot more the little villas scattered around the areas…a lot of places were closed but the ones I did manage to get into had a the interesting mosaics scattered around with the frescos and paintings.
The bath houses too were particularly well preserved…at least one of them was, I didn’t realise how many baths ...