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Travel Blogs from Rome
... the city centre of ancient Rome. It is an incredible street, full of amazing ruins, and it is very awe inspiring. We walked all the way up to Piazza Venzia to see Vittoriano - a massive palace like building that was built to celebrate the uniting of Italy. We then walked up Via Del Corso, the main shopping street and did a bit of shopping. We walked from there to see ...
... least that's the motto that was used during our time in the city. Aside from practically inhaling the gelato we did also see the city. After checking into our third airbnb experience we decided to catch the metro into town and walk the city streets. As we wandered around we happened to stumble upon one of the best gelato shops in Rome, of course it would have been rude not to try some! Valentino's gelateria is so confident in their product that they say "it ...
... out all her stuff on the bed before we left or I'm sure it would have taken forever for us to get the motivation to do it! Sarah definitely had a good haul. Wow. I don't think I will have boughten that amount of stuff after 5 1/2 months. With 13 pairs of shoes and two pairs of boots, all I can say is, dammit I wish we had the same shoe size ;) We packed it up and it all fit! Phew! The rest of the night we finished our wine and talked about the wonderful adventure we had just had ...
... water in the middle of the floor from the rain a few hours before we went there. I thought it was slightly strange there was a cat sanctuary. I mean, they're just cats. The sanctuary was also right in the spot where Caesar was murdered, and the cats got to walk all around those ruins (it was blocked off to humans though). We were able to go into a low buiding on the side of the ruins, and it had a lot of cats. We each bought a necklace to support ...
After our tour through the Vatican, that evening we took a walk to the Trevi fountain and we astonished by both the size and beauty of the fountain and the size and but not the beauty of the crowds at the fountain. We didn't throw a coin into the water and will now have to return to do so. The legend is that if you throw a coin you will return to Rome someday (I don't know, maybe to get the coin back). Off from there to the Spanish steps. After that we got ...
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