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Hello everyone! It's tamara:) Syd wanted a break so I'm taking over just for today. We had a very eventful and exciting time during our first full day in the historical city of Rome. We started off bright and early at 7 o'clock, and enjoyed a breakfast ofboiled eggs, fresh pastries, an assortment of jams and of course coffee/espressos for mom an dad. The family piled into a taxi to meet our private tour guide ,Elena in front of the ...
... have a problem with being tired, I can sleep when I'm dead! I am so happy I made this trip at a perfect time in my life.
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So far, I love Rome! I was shocked to find that I am actually more comfortable here than in Florence. Part ...
... pizza over there, but I gave it a serious go. A for effort. My plan was to fly from Rome up into Switzerland to meet up with a friend and check out the Alps. I talked to a lot of people who have all said that Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places in all of Europe to see so I was really looking forward to getting up there to see it. I decided to rent a car and drive from Rome up to Interlaken, which would prove to be a lot more driving than what I expected. ...
... to the door to the inside. Up more stairs (!) leads to the Museo del Risorgimento, and also outside to the huge patios on each side. At this level you can also reach the doors to Santa Maria in Aracoeli. The stairs to this church have no levels, just one ridiculously long set of steps! I’d already decided I couldn't handle that so it was great to find this alternate entrance! This level is also where you can pay to take the elevator the rest of the way to the ...
... performers of all types. There are musicians and street actors, painters and so many stalls. The small alley ways that run off it are full of really groovey cafes and bars and lots of really neat vintage shops. It was fun looking but always much more enjoyable when you buy.
We walked for an hour or so to get back to our hotel and I was exhausted again, but the ...