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Travel Blogs from Rome
... to give it back to her, and she reached into her drawer and handed me a coin. I boldly said "I need two!" so she gave me another. Instant discount on the tie :) and now we could toss our coins into the fountain.
Checking the map we were quite a distance from the Borghese, and we were scheduled there for a tour at 3 PM. So we found a cab, and got another crazy Rome cab ride over there. New York cabbies have got nothing on ...
... crawling and we couldn't see much of the steps in all honesty. The street we walked up to get to the steps, and the surrounding streets, were full of designers and were very pretty with huge flower pots hanging every few metres. We climbed to the top to see if there was any cool views but that was about it. By this time the sun was back out so we sat on them for a few minutes just to say we had and the rest of the day we just walked around and took in the streets. We strolled ...
... I miss spicy food. It's often the little things that choke us up. Waiting for a bus for 45 minutes is incredibly frustrating, not knowing how to order meat in the grocery store is depressing, drying my clothes with a hair dryer is tedious. However, these past three weeks have already been some of the most amazing weeks of my life.
The first week was a lot to get used to. A new city, a new country, a new language, a new culture. ...
Amsterdam did indeed prove to be an "interesting" airport, with very few of those "interesting" qualities working out in our favor. Passport validation took forever (though at the end, A. did get asked if she spoke Dutch), security theater / gate rape was neither better nor worse (shoes were not perceived as a threat, but DSLRs and iPads were -- I also managed to get offers for beers when I chugged down my 1 liter Nalgeen whilst in line), ...
... Lux in Arcana. Well that was just completely amazing! It is an exhibition of documents from the Vatican Secret Archives including Martin Luther's excommunication, Henry VIII requesting a divorce from Catherine of Aragon,a letter to the pope from Abraham Lincoln, another one from Napoleon. Seeing the actual documents was incredible. We loved it!! I would love to have been able to see the rest of the museum too but that will have to wait for ...
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