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Travel Blogs from Pomezia
... the bag and took my two euros and moved onto the next customer. I felt helpless. Mundane and easy tasks had been turned into major events that pierce my soul. This is not the only stall where I am treated with similar regard. I tried to buy some cherries. I’m given two kilos when I wanted only 200 grams. Confidence had failed me to the point where I no longer possessed any will to reject the inferior purchase. I instead paid for what I didn’t ...
... and I were lucky enough to get on a flight that evening, even after making up a really good story about how we had a sick relative in Rome and we needed to get out ASAP to see them. It didn't get us on the first flight out but the second so we can't complain that badly. Our 1 hour and 15 minute flight, a little longer than a flight to Vegas from San Diego, took us 12 and a half hours stuck in an airport, ...
... day before the room became packed with tourists. So much easier to enjoy when you can sit in silence and stare up at the ceiling.
The School of Athens, situated in the Borgia Apartments, was spectacular. I have studied this in class and in books before, but it was amazing to finally see it in person. I went through the rest of the museums afterwards and finished with a relaxing visit to St. Peter's Basilica. Usually, there is line around ...
... bit. Then I head to Apple store to charge my mac. Here the
little Italian apple nerds gather around a computer after I've been
there for a bit and they put on the song "I'm a barbie girl in a barbie
world." Hahah I die laughing and so do they. They play it again as I
leave. I'm exhausted but decide on the way back to get it together and
go out to dinner. I don't want to... But "When in Rome" right? If I had a
Euro for every time I ...
... I felt like I was going to drop from exhaustion. So I took the metro back to Termini station, and just chilled out at an Asian fusion cafe for a few hours, reading my guidebook, and refreshing myself with curry rice, fruit salad, cappuccino, and water.
Then I checked out from my hostel and found the new hotel, where I took a shower and slept until our evening meeting, day one of the G Adventures tours.
That was Rome! Rome is wonderful, and I hope to come ...