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... we went. She took us on a whirlwind tour of cafes, restaurants and food markets that left us swooning over the myriad of tastes and textures of food we sampled.
For the next four hours we wandered through the Testaccio neighborhoods, stopping to have a taste of so many wonderful foods. Our first stop was a small cafe with a stand-up bar, at which patrons come in and have their morning capuccino break. Here we sampled tiny cornettos and ...
... in Rome we hopped on a train to Florence to meet with an old Australian friend of mine that I went to school with. She was on an art trip to Italy from Melbourne and we thought it seemed silly not to see each other as we were so much nearer than we usually are! I felt a little bad as I feel like we've spend quite a but of time on this trip chasing after friends of mine but max didnt seem to mind and I promised he could watch the lions game the next day in ...
... this now from different people) just have an extra pack of tissues and some handgel handy. Oh and expect to share the toilets with opposite sex!
Apart from that, Rome was pretty good. We did have about 5 days and weren't in a rush. If you are staying somewhere in central Rome, than walking everywhere is pretty easy. At least that's what we did and its a pretty good idea if one plans on eating all this awesome italian food (DO NOT FORGET THE WINE!).
On the ...
... We continued on.
We finally made it to the Campo dei Fiori around 1 pm, and instead of breakfast, we settled in at the Hosteria Romanesca for a long lunch. Mario and I shared a delicious salad, then tucked into plates of delicious gnocchi covered in a rich tomato sauce. Mario's plate also included sausage and veal. Having also ordered a bottle of wine, we ate and drank while watching the sea of umbrellas march by and the market ...
... we declined the tour option – But checked with her accidently about the Roma Pass and she was very nice to point us to the right entrance. It seems some of the attractions in Rome have a direct entrance for Roma Pass holders and entered the coliseum in less than 10 minutes.
There are 3 attractions (Roman Coloseum, Palatine Hall and Foro Romano) that you can see within the coliseum area with the Roma Pass (Only single entrance for all 3 attractions is counted and not 3). ...
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