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Not having a trip planned out of the country, my roommates, a couple friends and I decided to take an adventure just outside Roma. After researching, we decided to go find Villa D'Este, once an unbelievable home to a Cardinal. We took a train to this gorgeous town in the mountains, Tivoli. Once off the train, we followed signs and with the help from some random Italian man in his car (we must've ...
... version of a sausage roll (small frankfurt wrapped in pastry) and I was fed! I looked at the shops in the old quarter and as it was getting dark, headed back to the train station to get the train back to Roma Tiburtina, then a walk to the metro part of the station and back on the B line metro to home, feeling happy from my day in nature!
Have two other sights to see in Tivoli so going back there again!
... 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Naples, Italy. We are going here for the pizza.
... here is limited and I don't think I will be back in Tivoli to visit it in the future. One can't do everything, dear reader, can one? All in all Tivoli was an apt place to finish our journey, as reality encroaches back on us for the journey home. I hope you have enjoyed traveling with me too and I look forward to sharing my experiences with you again soon. Until then, dear reader, may the road rise up to meet you and may the wind be always at your back! I won't say goodbye, just CI ...
Today we went to a different country: the Vatican! Thank goodness for online reservations, because that really cut our wait time. Didn't stop us from having to walk the gauntlet of tour guides though. Another massive museum which we got through a pretty large chunk of. They have an impressive collection on antiquities, which as Tom points out they stole most of and are now charging us to see. They highlights were the rooms painted by Raphael, including the School of Athens, and ...