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Travel Blogs from Rome
... a kiss of greeting. We had finally made it. After six months of planning to be at the Olimpico on this specific day, we had made it.
Having qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2007, the fans were in full voice as they egged their team on in the closing minutes towards kick-off.
I had been at the Olimpico before, for last year’s Roman derby Coppa Italia, but I never sat in the Tribuna Tevere.
... that was still baking (Piazza Bianca, maybe?) so I was able to order and get out pretty quickly. I got a wonderful little pizza-like pastry, with tomatoes and whole green olives baked right in the crust, which was flavored with olive oil and spices—yum!
Tonight I finally made more of my soup, enough for at least 4 meals, I think! My Roma Pass is good for one more day so I need to decide how to best use it tomorrow. Rain is forecast for the afternoon, at ...
... ready for another refreshment stop and there's nothing like a pack of french fries to give you energy!
We saw a few more churches on our way back and of course we had to have our first gellato!
Mike got in this evening, so we went to dinner with him and then went to Piazza Novona. It's such a fun place - street vendors, painters, and people just hanging out!
Departed hotel early at 07:15 for our all day guided tour of biggest and best that Rome has to offer. The early departure enabled us to be at the head of the "VIP" queue which allows selected tour companies quick and easy entry to the top venues. This is one of the big advantages of using a tour company, especially in Rome which has over 10 million visitors per year. Without this tour company advantage you could spend 2-3 hours in each of the queues for each of the major ...
Okay, now that I have your attention...Our next port was Civitavecchia, Italy. We left the ship and quickly purchased tickets for the Cristian Line of Hop on Hop Off Bus, as well as the "fast train to Rome. First, their definition of fast, and my definition of fast do not agree. It took over an hour to arrive and the train stopped frequently for other suckers who thought it was the fast train. We got there finally and quickly walked over ...
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