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Monday, November 24, 2014
We packed and had our final lovely breakfast with Toni and Antonietta. Unfortunately she had a fall and hurt her leg this morning but she should be okay we hope. We left at 9.30 am and made good time. There was an accident on the road and a helicopter had come to take the hurt people away. Although we were delayed a little it was the other side of the road ...
They reckon you should never talk about politics or religion. Oops.
It's another early morning and we're on our way from the port of Civitavecchia to Rome. We've heard horror stories about crowds, heat, pickpockets. We've also heard the place is run by Italians. Ok, grab the organised tour and let someone else sort things out. In pleasant contrast to yesterday, our guide Powla (that's how she pronounced it) has enlisted an art and history expert Marco to ...
Slept in, then taxi to farmers market, lots of tastes and a coffee Walked back past colosseum Lunch at Angelina's Home then out to get taxi to Villa Borghese and tour or gallery and park Walked home via Spanish Steps Out a bit later for dinner at Piccolo Arancini: shared entrees, then seafood pasta for me and pasta with eggplant and swordfish for J and A (plus a dash instead when it started to ...
... lunch at 1:00.
After lunch, we walked over to the Chinese store to get a few things.I came back and had a riposo. The rest of the night was pretty chill. After dinner we watched The Exorcism of Emily Rose!! It was pretty good.
Chilling back at the Rome airport after a crazy busy couple of days in Rome. I absolutely love this city! Gorgeous buildings, historical sites everywhere you turn, amazing food, and delicious STRONG coffee - whats not to love! I only wish we had another week here so I could really get my bearings and brush up on my Italian! Yesterday was a whirlwind of activity; we managed to visit the colosseum, the roman forum, the pantheon, and a couple of other landmarks which I can't remember ...