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... women would spend less time on their Smartphone’s they’d have so much more love in their lives. Whatever.
Fortunately I’ve dealt with more vicious blows of rejection. I laughed this one off and went right back to indulging in aimless banter with the folks who were by now quite uninhibited following a few hours of wine therapy.
The rolling out of the wedding cake cart signalled the end of table service. With the wedding guests gathered ...
... the steps and had a nice view of Rome. Then, we headed back to our apartment and freshened up for dinner. We took the metro back near to where the Colosseum was and had dinner at "Papa Re". I ordered Bruschetta Blanca (bread with garlic and vinegar), Suppli (a ball of rice with cheese), Lasagna, and a desert that is like a Creme Brûlée with caramel on top. Then we went back to our apartment to get ready for tomorrow. Tomorrow we are going to the ...
... but hey, I got lasagne so there! DAY DONE - LOOK ITS THE VATICAN -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-—-—-—-̵ 2;-—-— After all of today's activities we decided to give the Vatican City a visit since it was just there. With the hope of Pope being outside having a smoke or doing some yoga....I joke.....we join all the other tourists in the inner circle of the Vatican. I do believe we fancied ...
... which once again was a great way to get around the city whilst getting a basic history lesson on Rome, it's buildings and ruins. One thing we did notice as soon as we arrived is that there seemed to be large numbers of police on street corners fully decked out in riot gear, alongside armoured vehicles. We learnt that a demonstration against austerity measures was planned for that afternoon and they were expecting 70,000 people. A ...
... that wasn't open to the public, all feet on fire due to walking about 12klms in thongs. Funny thing is Trastevere was tourist less and just it's usual beautiful self, and then we discovered some amazing art in the National Gallery and a great view of Rome from Passeggiata di Gianicolo. So the moral to this story is getting lost in Rome is fun, provided you have good ear plugs to mute the objectioners.
All in all a good day.