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... a very useful bar just outside - so we refreshed, only to be disturbed by a group of loud mouth American girls who seemed more intent on informing the entire population of Rome of their recent sexual exploits. As the quite pleasant American group next to us commented..... that's precisely why we get a bad name!
And then onto Altare della Patria (also known as Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II or "Il Vittoriano") a stunning but ...
... ricotta pasta. It was ok. Italy really hasn’t been meeting our expectations of food. We got a piece of cake and shared it for Ruby’s birthday. She is getting a watch for her 18th when she finds one she likes. Rome is too busy for me. I certainly couldn’t live here. Busiest city we’ve been to so far, I think. Anyway, happy birthday to my girl! Growing up so fast...
Denice & Ruby
... of intent for my concept for this project and I'll add a few of my favorite graphics to show you what it looks like!
"Using the idea of water as connecting network throughout the city of Rome, Casa delle Acque acts as a metaphorical stitch in the networks- both historical and modern- converging near the Forum Boarium. This vacant site is host to the Cloaca Circus Maxima, the original line of ...
... a better look at them. There’s a big white column in front that stands on a large area made of marble. Sadly, the marble is quite broken and in disrepair. I guess construction in 1960 wasn't as good as it was 2000+ years ago!
I kept walking and walking. Finally I did find a newsstand and I was able to buy a ticket. Now I just needed to find the next bus stop for No. 280. I passed several bus stop signs but nothing with the No. 280. ...
... artists selling their wares and buskers.
It was getting towards the end of a very long very hot day but we had one more stop on the way back to the hotel and that was to get a pic on St Peter's by night....beautiful!! :-)
Things I have learnt:
1. You can buy adapters for 5 euro in Rome.....so glad I wasted $40 on one in Australia
2. Waste of time bringing a straightener.... :-/
3. Earplugs + 2 mersyndol = a good night sleep