Residenza di Ripetta
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... in this hotel compared to the last two places. We found a vegetarian restaurant to try tonight for something different. Outside of drinking a warm smoothie and warm water, the food was decent and a nice change from pizza and pasta. And we got some veggies which many of our meals have gone without since we've been here. Our last full day in Italy is tomorrow and then we head home on ...
... 6 stops’, which we were able to decipher as two different subways and the number of stops we needed to take.
We got in the next line over the woman reiterated the same sort of instructions, her too not being able to speak English. We had our tickets in hand and lugged our suitcases down to the metro, which by the way is not wheelchair accessible. It also means it’s not suitcase accessible so we had to go all powerhouse ...
No appointments today, just a vague intention to visit Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, so we take it easy in the morning and don't leave the house until about midday. Angelo gives us good instructions to reach there, but at the second stop the buses just aren't arriving. After milling around for about thirty minutes with the crowd of other frustrated travellers, we decide to strike out on foot and see how far we get. Later it transpires that this ...
... I bought ponchos because we were getting soaked even with our umbrellas. When I opened the bag it was ripped, so I walked around Rome with a pink poncho with a bow on the side. We looked so funny, but we were dry! We stopped at a market that had lots of noodles, spices, olive oil, and different pasta/pizza flavorings. It smelled sooo good! The rest of the day we walked around Rome just stopping at the major sites and getting lost along the way. We saw the Pantheon, ...
... but already a few romantic couples contemplate the panorama even than me. We
see off the dome, to the left of the Basilica of st Peter's Vatican,
true juggernaut, planted between vessels of small sizes. As in Paris, the buildings have to be 5 or 6 floors, Max.I'm
going down in the direction of the vatican, 2 km walk separates me, I'm
tired, but I want to see absolutely Vatican City, night, illuminated by
spotlights.A wide boulevard with ...