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... and hunger we mingled down streets and found a shop where we had a kebab and beer before we set off on our trek to find The Vatican. A few incorrect turns and a one of us getting sidetracked by a pasterria we never actually made it to the Vatican. We stumbled across a busy and bustling square where we sat and enjoyed our recently purchased sweets, listened to the live music and watched as hundreds of people came and went about their busy ...
... feel the same, well I'm here to tell you YES, I NOW WANT IT EVEN MORE. We went back to the hotel to rest for a few hours or else I would never make it...we have walked almost 12 miles today. So now we r taking taxis to places and saving the walking for when we get to our destination. #savemydogs. After our much needed rest we were off again to dinner, our wonderful concierge Marco recommended an amazing place in the town of Trastevere which is an amazing place!! ...
... when they speak to you. However, that is what you have to do. There were aggressive touts in LA and New York (see previous posts), there were touts in Paris, (including the scam by Romanian girls who pretend to be a bit low IQ or mute and try to engage you in conversation by thrusting what looks like a petition in your face and asking if you speak English and then demand money from you), but here in Rome, well touts are in plague proportions. And we guess ...
... 8211; home to three fountains, one of which is Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (The Fountain of the Four Rivers).
Rome cannot be visited in a day, but one day in Rome is like a lifetime of discovery. Imagine if we'd been there a week?
P.S. Later, on the bus back to the port, we got some pics of The Vatican, too.
* I guess the same could be said about most cities, but it is particularly true in ...
... and Shelley are buried here. I was interested to also find John Bell's grave, a famous Scottish surgeon and anatomist. Wet and dripping, we headed back to the metro. The afternoon was the Vatican. Thanks to friends' and guidebook recommendation we'd bought vat museum tickets online. So, breezed past the queues. The art experience is somewhat overwhelming. Every surface of every room is a piece of art. Eventually you become almost immune to ...