Hotel La Giocca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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For my final night in Rome I went to my favorite restaurant downstairs and ordered lasagne because I thought what the heck. I proceeded to have the second best lasagne of my life, while my waiter (who had been serving me since the first night a fortnight ago), professed his love for me and asked me to join him after his shift to rip up the town. If he hadn't been about 37 or finishing at midnight I may have accepted but I had to just smile graciously and break it to him ...
After arriving at the airport, our small group took a bus to the Termini neighborhood of Rome. Before we got into the city there were many farms, vineyards, and scrap yards along the sides of the main roads. Little towns and houses were also popping out of the sides of the hills, just like in the movies.
Walking around Rome is amazing. The buildings ...
... there. We saw a one legged pigeon, I saw a green truck that was really small and I nearly started driving away. After that we went to the pantheon but the weirdest thing was there was a hole in the roof so when it rains water comes in. Please ...
... me lol. Anyways we got back, got some gelato and came back to the dorms. I also got a fresh orange and lemon that was picked like the day before by one of the girls dad who lives in italy! It was seriously like the freshest food I have ever had! That's about all of it :)
Next week I have my first weekend trip with euroadventure and we are going to Interlaken, Switzerland <3 I am beyond excited for it so stay tuned for more! ...
... a few hundred meters away...very sad to see.
It was another huge day for everyone and we were so very glad to see the little yellow bus and Mauritsio just after 5pm. Most of the attractions we've seen in Italy require bus permits and tourist buses aren't allowed within so many meters from the events so it often means us having to walk a considerable distance to the designated spot...after a full days walking this has proven to be a ...