Hotel Delle Regioni
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... quite busy, but then again that could have been due to the rainfall outside.
We had been recommended a pizza place nearby by our tour guide and rather than venture across the city to the incredible pizza we had the night before, we chose to try something new.
We went to the Monte Carlo and sampled arrancini balls and shallow fried zucchini flowers before having a delicious vege pizza and spaghetti Bolognese and of course a litre of red wine to go ...
... gross things. Then we went on the second half of the tour with another lady named Jill who took us to Palatine hill which is where there were old building that had fallen down and gardens and stuff like that. After we finished the tour we went back to our apartment and rested for a while then we went to a little pizza shop and got a little pizza for dinner, it was nice for a quick little dinner because we were still full from lunch so we didn't want anything too ...
... behind it, and perfect little nooks to just sit and hang out (and as we found out, it’s even better with a little vino). Fun fact we learned too, it is the last fountain in Rome fed by an original aqueduct. We made our wishes, tossed the coins, and got that perfect profile picture before realizing how hungry we were. Grumbling stomachs led us to the grocery store and we picked up supplies for dinner.
I wanted to really impress Michelle and show off ...
... more emotional with each rehearsal because everyone gets more convincing each time. After rehearsals, the entire group (around 80 of us) went out to dinner for a family style meal at a restaurant across the street. Everyone got dressed up, and it was nice to be somewhere other than the hotel basement, talking about something other than music, with everyone all at once. After dinner, Lauren, Teresa and I used the facemasks tht ...
... some street vendors are aggressive. This has happened to us twice, once in Florence when a guy trying to sell roses laid one on our table while Deb was having hot chocolate and when we said no, he left it there saying please over and over...so annoying...other time as we got off tour bus in Rome a guy selling scarves stood in front of us as we came down bus steps, making it hard to get off. Oh well, back to Pisa!! We decided that the famous tower, although on the other ...