Hotel Delle Regioni
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... are crazy and traffic insane. The bus driver uses his phone at possibly 100ks. What is bus (coach) etiquette? If we get back on and there's an empty seat can we sit in it or do we get back in the same seat? We've been getting back in the same seat but I think that creates monotony. Oh well when in Rome lol. I'm surprised by the amount of graffiti. Naples is not that nice at all. Im hungry, thirsty (again) and glad we only have one bus tour. And ...
... true Australian fashion they're trying to make it as difficult as possible in the hope that placing multiple hoops to jump through will put me off.
Otherwise I just walked around and took everything in through the slow observant pace of an appreciative and curious stroll. It's a nice city to walk around, compact and pretty, lively and bright. Rome is one of those places that is best discovered at random, on foot. And the best thing is, you don't have to queue to do that.
... Museum only to be told the Czechoslovakian Prime Minister was coming to visit and the Museum would close in 10 minutes... Feeling somewhat stuffed anyway, we decided to go home for the afternoon and return to wander around in the evening.
Returning around 8.30pm we mingled and wandered the many piazza' of Rome and had a less ...
... Vatican were excellent. I learnt a lot and highly recommend a tour of these locations as we got a good insight into the most significant things.
- The Vatican is more than just the Sistine Chapel, I'm glad we were exposed to the other areas of the Museum such as the tapestry and map rooms.
- Rome is a walkable city and we saw a lot walking everywhere, including to the Vatican State.
... lead the way and we walked through a basic business district that did not have a single restaurant. So we headed back to the main road and found a excellent restaurant turned out to be Brooke's absolute favorite of Rome. She had a fried artichoke appetizer and a shrimp pasta with eyes still on the little shrimpys. I think I had some kind of pasta with 'roman style' sauce. After a delicious dessert it was back to the hotel for a great sleep.
Tyler & Brooke