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... the otherside. Anyway, we soon figured that out and got on the right train and even managed to get off at the right stop. When we came out of the station, we were at Piazza del Popolo (or the Peoples Square). Fun fact: in ancient times when visitors came to Rome this was where they would arrive and the first thing they would see. This is also where all the public executions would happen and the last one happened in the late 1800s.
... there were so many people at the Basilica leaving after the blessing
that we know we would have had to be there hours early to even glimpse the Pope.
Following this we walked around to the famous spots of Rome. We looked at the
Piazza de Navona, the Pantheon (which was unfortunately closed due to the
public holiday), the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. However, there was
not much to see of ...
... but it was very different to be inside a car. I am still asking myself the question "what do Italians think indicators are for?" because they most definitely do not use them… ever!! And apparently it is OK to overtake people in the middle of the city while a car is coming in the opposite direction! What the hell? So needless to say, it was not a relaxing ride!! But alas, we made it and we could again enjoy the company of our teenage German school group.
... Vittoria memorial - the impressive white building. As Ang said, "is everybody in Rome told to go shopping on Sunday." The road and footpaths are given over to pedestrians and are pretty full. Cars can use the road but they are few and far between as it's worse than trying to drive through a crowd departing Eden Park after a test. Ang purchased 2 tops for 60 euro total. Shops are running end of summer sales - winter stock is filling the shops now. And she tried on other items in ...
... contact info and talked about meeting for dinner. We had lunch at a little restaurant called _____________ and then continued on to the National Museum. After a quick nap and shower, we headed back across the River Tibers for dinner. The other side of the river is younger and has fewer tourists, but the narrow streets were still bustling. We had dinner at a little restaurant called ________. We tried emailing State College to see if they wanted to meet us ...