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... night chatting away, just having a good laugh.
The clock hit midnight, and he looked down at his phone, to which a Faceobook message notification appeared… “Happy Birthday” he read out aloud, to which he looked up at me said “It’s my birthday right now and I almost forgot”. Suffice to say, another round of cocktails were ordered, and I was chuffed to be sharing the first few moments of his birthday with him.
We eventually called it a ...
... Greg was a regular there at the end of the meal they brought us a bottle of Limoncello. Bridget was feeling good and shared quite a few interesting stories with Thérèse, especially from her college years when she and then 'Seminarian Greg' met each other. When we stood up the effects of the alcohol hit Bridget harder than expected. Luckily Thérèse is a good navigator and got us back to the hotel. A good night sleep was much welcomed for both of us! ...
... named him) was well and truly able to fend for himself! Not sure the little girl was really convinced.
I researched Largo di Torre Argentina and they started to demolish it in 1909 to start rebuilding and discovered temples on the site, one of which being the Theatre of Pompey and it was there they believe Julius Caesar was assassinated. Needless to say it was never built over. I wonder what Caesar would have thought of cats living here now!!
I've been having a blast here in Rome for the past couple of days! I've seen so much and it really makes you feel like there's just so much out here in the world to go and see. Honestly, there is always something to see or do in Rome.
However, despite feeling like I'm so far from home, it's really true when people note just how small the world can actually be. At one of the hostels we've stayed at, I ran into a girl from ...
... in tow. We will come back this morning for the Vatican Museum, which will end with a visit to the Sistine Chapel. Last night we had dinner in Trastavere near the church of Santa Maria. This is a beautiful Piazzo surrounded with small patio restaurants filled with families and a few goofy entertainers. We had a nice dinner with the added bonus that dining is cheaper in this part of Rome. The night before we had great pizza ...