Il Glicine - Campo De' Fiori
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... fountain, except the scaffolding covering it as it
is emptied for restoration until mid-2015. There was a mini fountain to throw
your coin into and the idea that it will bring you back to Rome worked the
first time for Eric (this was his second trip to Rome) so hopefully it works
After this we walked to the Piazza del Popolo, where there were literally three
marching bands, a ...
... but it was very different to be inside a car. I am still asking myself the question "what do Italians think indicators are for?" because they most definitely do not use them… ever!! And apparently it is OK to overtake people in the middle of the city while a car is coming in the opposite direction! What the hell? So needless to say, it was not a relaxing ride!! But alas, we made it and we could again enjoy the company of our teenage German school group.
... town called Albano. Many UD students visit this town since it is only a couple of bus stops up the road and there is free wifi there. We spent a good chunk of the afternoon at a cafe relaxing and catching up on homework we hadnt been doing....oops. Dont worry mom, we got all of it done. I was glad we were able to explore the town because it has a few nice cafes and shops and it is a super easy destination for a relaxing/lazy afternoon.
... What? Does she really think we are going to pocket the chipped beer steins? Does she worry we might smash them in a bar room dust up? We take a prime position to the right of the stage. We sit on what we soon determine is a saggy bench seat scavenged from a Trabant, the iconic East German car. It is propped up on four milk crates. We later learn that back in the day, the building was home to a dreary iron curtain era bath house. Now it hosts jam sessions on Sunday ...
... relieved. The ride was 65 Euro! At least I made it to my apartment in one piece.
The next step was to attempt to get my luggage to my room. My apartment is on the fourth floor, which in Italy, is actually the fifth floor. The first floor is called the ground floor, and then the second floor is called the first floor, and so on.
The buildings usually have courtyards in the center for ...