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... actually didn't have a room. She told us that they had a 2nd hostel where they booked us and we could go there...which of course was a ways back across the city. Annoyed Daniel and I got on the subway and set off to find our new spot. When we got there they told us they too were fully booked and I was going to have to stay in an all male dorm room, otherwise they would have nothing for me. Seemingly I usually get along better with dudes anyways ...
... homes, palaces, and temples to the gods and goddesses. There are only remains here but it is also a current archeological dig, as is the Coliseum. They can tell so much about how the people lived and what the structures looked like.
If you climb high enough and walk long enough, you can grab a fantastic view of the city. We were just behind the large white building we had visited with Father Ben, but our perch on top of Palatine Hill was even ...
... the hop on hop off bus and completed the circuit so saw all the sights and will go again tomorrow. We are out to dinner soon with the New York couple Alex and Julia we met on the cruise. Taxied to the restaurant and met Alex and Julia and had the most beautiful 5 course meal one could imagine. The highlight being the sea bass, prawns and lamb cutlets of the main closely followed by the tiramisu for sweets. They ...
... that were built back when Roman society was still pagan to reach up toward the gods. When Christianity took over, each obelisk was capped with metal and a cross to keep evil pagan spirits and demons from coming out. We also accidentally crashed a weird church service at a beautiful church next to the Pantheon, ate the most amazing cannoli in the whole world, and ended up at some sort of concert in a piazza. It's been a very busy, very fun past couple of days! As they say... When in ...
... looking people who seem to pass the day by staring at the tourist at best, picking their pockets or predatorily 'selling' something to the passerby. The worst are the (insert bad name here) who predate on the tourist who i trying to obtain a simple train ticket from the ticket machines at the central train station called termini. They hope that by 'helping' you to the right ticket that they can then pick your pockets. There are dozens of these characters here ...
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