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The city of Rome contains numerous famous bridges which cross the Tiber. The only bridge to remain unaltered until today from the classical age ...
... to dinner as a group in the Travestere area of Rome (this is an area well known for dining and the night life). The restaurant was unfortunately quite crowded and hot because of the number of people in there and due to the warm weather and so was not as enjoyable as we had hoped. They don't have air-conditioning or ceiling fans, just natural hot air.
We returned to our hotel after a very busy day of sight seeing.
... It was very clear why it won so many awards and and why it is hard to get a table .although we find the evening temperatures warm and we don't mind sitting outside the Romans find it cool at night so getting a table on the patio if often easier. Also it is a great place to people watch. A stroll after dinner included some gelato. Getting non dairy gelato is very easy most places have about 6 usually fruit flavours. A few days later we will find out how to tell good and real ...
... buono. We also bought some cured meats/salumi at Antica Norcineria Viola on the square. The owner invited us in for "breakfast" and we weren't sorry. We bought some pepperoni, salami, and a liver salami (which sounds weird but was my favorite). We only wished we had found this place sooner -- we would've stopped by everyday!
After picking up breakfast, we walked around Largo Argentina playing "spot the cats" (it's a historical ruin and a stray ...
Caught the subway at peak hour, what a nightmare! It was like herding cattle. Never seen so many people in my life trying to on a train to the destination. And we succeeded. Got to our drop off station and to the Vatican City. Meet with our tour guide Francesco who took us and educated us with history of this place. We made our way through the Vatican Museum and saw statues and artefacts from early Vatican history ...