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... stranger. So that's when our problems started. As you can imagine, I informed the desk guy that there was no way this was going to happen. He smartly threw my passport back last me and proceeded to inform me to find other accommodation. At this point we contacted Intrepid and they sent someone to the hotel to sort it all out. We were eventually given a room at another hotel. It is now 10pm and we still haven't had dinner!!!! Not a good start to our Croatia ...
... broke in 3 places my only sandals for trip. They lasted 3 hours on Roman soil. I am withholding my distraught feelings, now that I only have 4 year old "comfortable granny flats" to wear in Rome. We tried the B&B recommended restaurant for dinner, which was authentic. Loved the ham and mozzeralla appetizer! The chef took note of JIm's OBX ravioli portiioning, and tried the same. It was tasty but lacking in volume. After dinner, retired ...
The Capuchin Crypts was worth the wait. The Capuchin friars are Catholic and are the monks with the long brown robes and hoods. The first part of the crypt was information about them and I was fascinated to discover they were still very active and even had 2 churches in NZ. Some also practice healing/medicine to help the sick and there was a small display of their tinctures including opium. The crypt consists of several small chapels located beneath the current church ...
... way to get our first real meal of the trip!
Well all I can say is :-/
Off we go ( walking ) to the train station, but alas , we got lost.
We did run into a cat sanctuary .The sacred area of Largo Argentina. It was a ruin uncovered during a demolition in 1926. Now it houses stray cats.
On our journey to find the elusive train station, we serendipitously stumbled upon ...
... no luck finding the face, so we hailed a taxi and had him take us to our favorite gelato shop: Giolitti.
I had a fondente chocolate (dark) and nutella gelatto cone, and Amie had a fondente and caramel gelato cup. We of course had some limoncello as our digestive.
We walked back to the room, past the Trevi Fountain one last time. Flying back home in the morning. Thank you Europe for the good times! Until next time.