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Travel Blogs from Rome
... then the magical Trevi fountain, my favourite place in Rome. Of course I had to throw a Euro coin over my shoulder into the fountain with the hope of returning one day. After enjoying a cold Birra and gelato respectively near the Trevi, we found a cozy little restaurant or dinner and shared a beautiful Parma ham and mozzarella pizza. Yum! We then took the metro back to the hotel, feet sore but satisfied that we saw a lot of Rome in an afternoon and ...
... cordonata, a large staircase leading down to Via del Teatro Marcello.
After all this walking and learning about Rome we have worked up an appetite so we walk down the cordonata and across the street and buy some panini and sodas and then walk back and sit on the cordonata to enjoy our lunch. While we are sitting there a newly married couple is walking up the stairs with the groom carrying the bride's gold spike heels. It's not easy to climb ...
... since they are calling for heavy rain tomorrow so we are happy we were able to walk and see some great sights.
"The journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step"- Lao Tzu
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash "- Unknown
16E- Catacombs of San Callisto
3E- metro to Barberini
12E- Capuchin Museum and Crypt
20.50E - antipasto Misto, cannelloni, pasta arribiata, wine, bread
89E - BNB
Miles Walked - 10.3 ...
... the dirt our guide would pick up stones cut in perfect squares and tell us about how these were mosaics and how amazing it was to cut these stones so square. And he would pick the plants and tell us what they were. It beats walking around aimlessly by yourself reading the signs and staring blankly at the ruins. We enjoyed the tour so much that we decided to go past the 'Italy With Us' office and enquire about the tour of the Vatican. We really liked the positive attitude ...
... time to decompress. It was a bit stressful and took me a few hours to get my bearings, but I took a deep breath and realized we are in one of the most amazing places! The airport was surprisingly easy to navigate and we ended up buying the Roma passes we needed there and a taxi ride straight to our hotel. We should of taken the train or brought new underwear in my purse. I read before we came that Italians are aggressive drivers, but I didn't realize that meant closing my eyes ...