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... don't always go to plan. You need to be flexible and have time up your sleeve as a buffer for when things don't quite work out. It just makes things more enjoyable when you can sit down, relax with a cold drink, people watch and explore at a leisurely pace instead of running around like maniacs trying to catch the next plane, train or bus.
We are certainly looking forward to the chilled out sailing and adventure trip we have install in Croatia and celebrating Macs 21st ...
After a 6am pickup we had our bags checked straight through from Malta to Athens. This was a relief as we only had one hour between landing in Rome and taking off for Athens! As we were sitting on the tarmac in Malta they announced that the battery to remove the stairs had gone flat and we were waiting to get it started! 10 ...
... Camping Jolly in Venice, (which was a 30 minute walk for me with my pack from my accommodation) and arrived in Rome at 1800ish. I was suppose to be staying in the heart of Rome, but I opted to stay at the Plus Camping Roma for ease as this was the pickup and drop off zone. It would have been nice to stay in the centre of Rome so I could have partied with the Auzzies but it ...
... place called il piccolo diavolo - the little devil. It was a bar that had happy hour drinks and appetizers. They also took the "meal tickets" the University gave us to use. We had to laugh that we spent our meal tickets provided by the school basically just on drinks. And then we laughed because we've clearly already paid for these tickets in our fees for the trip. This ended up being a pretty fun night as we headed down to the river bars to try and find the rest of our group.
... on the top of the Aventine Hill to overlook the city, spent time people watching and looking at art in Piazza Navona, and did all sorts of little things along the way. Though there were a few changes in our plans, it was a great spring break- and it was fun playing tour guide :).
And now I am lucky enough to have my family come visit me on their spring break next week!
Buona giornata! (Have a good day!)