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Walked around Rome, especially on the way to the Vatican.
Lots of little shops. How do they make a living? They don't seem to sell very much at all. Lots of delis offering a lot of cheese and cold meats. Delicious..
Even with these shops, the streets look the same. It is very easy to get lost here. I like the way they go the extra mile to decorate their buildings. Get a hair cut and get a job!
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... Fee and Dave, as well as for breakfast things and several home cooked dinners. We stopped by numerous times for an Illy crema (our new favourite cold coffee drink - kind of like a coffee slushy only creamier than icier!) or a slice of pizza or to stock up on freshly baked bread. Then on our last night we shared a fantastic frito misto (lightly friend calamari, prawns, whitebait and sardines), washed down with a litre of wine! TDF! They have Eataly's in NYC and Chicago and Japan I ...
With the ring securely hidden at the base of my bag, the next task outstanding was getting to Rome. I told Rach that I wanted to book the next part of the trip, but wanted to keep it a surprise. Knowing too well the demon I was about to unleash, I had to ensure all my bases were covered.
... who it was. However, I had another chance to see him during the Wednesday papal audience. Somehow our school had gotten the red tickets instead of the general audience tickets (this meant that we had the chance to be front row in St. Peter's Square as Pope Francis processed around and gave his address. So, the majority of us decide to catch the first metro at 5:30, which meant waking up at 4:30. Some of the students woke up even earlier to catch taxis to St. Peter's. ...
... Italian airport staff the luggage had arrived just after midday and Duff was once again in safe hands! After being greeted by my family at the arrivals section where they had patiently waited we took a cab to the centre of Rome. The weather was obviously hotter and I felt like I was underwater (jetlag) but overall I was feeling pretty relieved. All though the fact that the driver didn't see the point in indicating did cause a little stress but hey, it was Rome ...