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... the word "compromise". "Sorry not dressed appropriately, can't go any further".
After getting over this first world devastation moment, we consoled ourselves with a Vatican City cup of coffee and croissant.
45 euro later, that's $75 Australian.......and the coffee tasted like..or I dunno, pretty ordinary.
Back to the fountain for tea tonight........might leave the camera at home!
... says they're the same bags that they sell in Florence, but actually cheaper in the Rome store. Some earrings, because they're fun and oh so easy to pack. Then off to a fabulous dinner at this meat market that served a smorgasbord of products on a wooden tray, with a bottle of fine wine, of course.
We left Bill to his studies on Sunday and went off to Frascati for lunch and the local wine. Back ...
... s narrow cobblestone streets was so much fun. Especially when we stopped at a store to get more lemoncello to drink in dixie cups along the way. Jeff and I were flying home the next morning, while the others were taking the train to Florence for the day and flying back home the day after. We said our "goodbyes" in the lobby, it had been a wonderful ten days together & couldn't have asked for a better group of people to break bread with!
... trip from Florence, I arrived in Rome. And was promptly taken for a ride by a shonky taxi driver. He was not an 'accredited' taxi driver, I don't think. Anyway, we arrived at the Hotel Domus Sessiriana. We had a fight about the cost. He won. Anyway ... couldn't get into my room until after 2pm. It was noon now so I changed and left my gear at reception. The forecast was 26 degrees and 87 per cent humidity. I put on cool ...
... songs (Stairway to Heaven, Comfortably Numb, etc.). Does it get any better than that? What an amazing atmosphere to enjoy a final meal in Roma!
Our final stop of the day was – of course – our favourite gelateria; our guy recognized us again, and we left him a tip to say thanks and farewell. Then, back to the apartment to pack up and get ready for the next leg of the journey.
Hard to believe our roads will be leading away from Rome after ...