Giglio Dell' Opera
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What a marvelous day in beautiful Roma. Everything was excellently planned out by Romina so that we could enjoy our first incredible attractions. The day started with delicious croissants, Nutella, jams, cakes, yogurt and cereals. Coffee- bellissimo. We went to the Colluseum. It is breath-taking. How these ancient structures were built is still a big question in my mind. No more cats roaming the grounds though.... Lunch was ...
... realize my definition of al dente is different then the Italian term. Not that I really cook or eat pasta anymore, but I'm finding Italian pasta quite a bit chewier then I've made or eaten in North America. We had some decent pizza in Roma, but it was far from the best in Italy. There wasn't nearly as much tiramisu to be found in Rome, but there was definitely an abundance of their sweet chocolate hazelnut filled cornettos ...
... had all but given up and then we saw it, tucked down a little alley. No one was in line so we ran in, bought a box and took it back to the hotel to pack up. We checked out and took the packed box back to the post where there was now a 7 person line. An hour later we finally got out of there - nothing is fast in Italy - but at least we're traveling a bit lighter. We didn't have enough time left to finish our list of sights so we wandered around, grabbed lunch, looked ...
... up close, in one go. On a Segway.
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Could you be any more of a tourist? No, and I don't care. I am a tourist and I loved it, 'cause I was on a Segway.
Not only did we see a heap of Rome in one go, it was all via the little lane ways, alleys, and pedestrian piazza's that a tour bus couldn't take you. And it's on a Segway.
Did I mention I had been excited about this for a ...
... s 21st birthday.
The following day we headed to the Vatican city but the day after we got up really early to have breakfast and head to the Colosseum to beat the crowd. We bought our tickets for 1pm so just after midday. This probably wasn't the best move we made. We had a few hours spare so we decided to walk to the famous Trevi fountain. Even though it was early in the morning was already so busy. We could hardly move. The fountain itself looked amazing but we ...