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... map showing famous American and British writers who lived in Rome and where their homes were. Quite an all-star lineup.
During the walk to Travestere, we passed Area Sacra di Largo which contains some of the oldest ruins in the city, dating back to circa 300BC. It is sunken down in the middle of a large commercial square with active traffic. We were able to look down and identify a few bits here and there. Some of the construction was done ...
Thursday, July 10
Today I had my Italian language midterm because yes I am actually taking class here. It's not just a cover-up. My roommate Kristine and I got up early to study and went to our favorite breakfast place, Alex Bar. If I haven't said already, Bars here are coffee bars that also have breakfast food like marmalade, cream and chocolate filled croissants, muffins and Alex Bar has cute little heart-shaped donuts with sugar and creme. Since we ...
... here, seeing all of this. After a late lunch of some risotto with asparagus, we walked hither and tither around the Pantheon and eventually also Campo de' Fiori. I bought a Desigual top. Just couldn't resist. Evening ended with a dinner together with the whole group of us guidance counsellors at Campo de' Fiori, which was nice. But I was definitely so knackered I headed back to the hotel with my roommate, no further drinks had or anything. And now, to sleep. More later. Buona ...
... and the maps don't list all the streets, no where it close. We ended up following this lovely group of elderly folks. They were on a tour and it was in Italian. We stood in the back and blended right in.
People in Rome tend to be quite rude. At a restaurant, you have to choose your questions very wisely; they get quite ****** off when you ask too many. And most ...
... more unique that it's situated right in the centre of Rome. We didn't have to stand in line with the pilgrims thanks to the Globus tag as a group, where we met up with yet another local guide. We were explained the history of The Vatican, shown small versions of the artwork we would see inside and marvelled at the sculptures and works of artists such as Rafael and Michelangelo. The highlight was most definitely the Sistine Chapel where it was hard not to feel ...