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... to! We then went to the Spanish steps which are just regular looking steps to me.. I was made to walk up them, I somehow survived to the top! I read later that the steps actually lead to the French church and were funded by the French so I have no idea why they are the Spanish steps! Saw some other monuments and things, they are beginning to all look a bit the same and I have no idea what they are for but they are nice to look at, along with the ...
Want to make money quick? Open a public toilet block in Rome. Today was our free day to explore this big and unfathomably old city, and in doing so I personally realised the massive lack of public toilets in Rome. Those that do exist charge €1 to use them, which does mean they are generally fairly cleanish, but means you need to have a couple of €1 coins on you all the time because some of them won't give you change from a larger payment either! AND none of them have ...
... time. We also biked the city before Jake left. That was an adventure of one-way streets and crazy bus drivers. We were also lucky enough to have Hugh, who was introduced to us through a mutual friend, introduce us to a more intimate understanding of Rome. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Rome. The more we walked around, the more it felt like a compilation of small neighbourhoods with a lot of little quaint side streets stitching ...
... wear the brand to show off.
These stores shone with class, instead of being all shiny glass.
They were still bloody expensive though.
I believe we all had a great day today, we'll certainly have sore thighs tomorrow after 4 hours riding the cobbled streets of Rome on a Segway!.
I will miss Rome when I head out tomorrow. But I'm sure I will be back again.
As to the question of Hindsight - Would I still ...
... for our meal. We decided to order traditional Roman food so Waz had the Saltimbocca alla Romona and I had the Amatriciana pasta, served with a brown paper bag full of toasty rosemary and olive oil focaccia, we were in foodie heaven once more. The house wine was great, the food was simply delicious, and the service was very friendly as their tag line on their menu states - Sorrisi Gratis meaning Free Smiles. Walking for a little longer after our meal we watched ...