Hotel La Rovere
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... people say it all the time, but Rome definitely feels like a whole other world. We still can't believe we're actually here! Now its time to head over to the Pantheon. Ciao for now!
P.S. We're having issues uploading the photos, but we're ready to go sightseeing so we'll do it later! ...
My head has not stopped spinning from THE day, my first day of officially teaching at an international school! I've waited so long to be able to say that!
Caught an early bus this morning, one leaving at 7 and arriving at school around 7:30. Surprise, surprise. I was at school 90 minutes before classes began ;-) However, I can at least say I wasn't the first one there, unlike at home! The brilliant part of getting my puttering out of the way, ...
... is my last full day of my vacation. Tomorrow I begin my journey home. To have spent it slowly has been good. At times it was frustrating because everything so far has been done at such a pace, but learning to go slow again has been helpful. My mind is not quite so frenetic. I am also not writing this blog at 11.30 after a full day of walking. I will not complete it until after I turn in for the night, in case something interesting happens, but this too has been a ...
... when I walked inside the beauty of it took my breath away. It was beautiful. We then took a walk down one of the central streets and discovered we were not too far from the famous Trevi Fountain. We had decided to go on a free walking tour at 5:30pm which the Trevi Fountain was included in but I couldn't wait and wanted to see it now! Well, what can I say, it was amazing!! It felt so surreal seeing it in real life. I loved every minute! I threw a coin ...
... by a train into Rome. Cost 3 Euro return - we were quite amazed as everyone has told us how expensive Italy is and this is the capital city!
Twenty minutes later we were in the heart of Rome. We walked out of the station and "Wow!" Directly in front of us, a massive stone archway with the most beautiful, most detailed statues embellishing it. A Roman, I am guessing, dressed in robes and pointing to a book, but every fold of his ...