Casa Bonus Pastor
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... excited to get our gelati and sit by edge as the water splattered...to our HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT, the Trevi was now under construction for the next 3 years with scaffolding and fencing covering the whole attraction and not a drop of water in the place...Brilliant! Dropping our heads we headed to the nearest cafe for a coke to wallow in our disappointment. We ended up sitting here for the next 2 hours watching everything go on around us and enjoy some people watching..Turned out ...
... Catacombs; uncertain as they were quite a way out of town. However, following the Lonely Planet advice we walked to Piazza di San Giovanni and caught the 218 bus to Via Appia Antica and the Catacombs of San Collisto. We were the only two on the bus and we didn't have a ticket, which didn't seem to worry the driver who was on his mobile phone for the whole 20 minute ...
... to work. In Italy they work to live. People in Italy take time to enjoy each other. In the US masons take a lunchbox. Here they go to a restaurant and enjoy a meal together.Most places close for two hours for lunch.
We leave for the airport in the morning. It has been a week we will never forget . We have seen beautiful sights and made many new friends.
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Dianne and Suzy.
... the central city for the last time. Today we just decided to try fit in and see everything we hadn't managed to do yet. We mapped out a bit of a route on the map, that would take us past many famous sights and back to the metro. We decided to walk, just to save that last bit of money before we headed home and so we would have a little bit extra to spend on gifts. Despite the size and scale of the map, the distance between each of the sights wasn't as bad as we thought and we managed ...
... the train was ' broken' apparently. The couple said to stay on so I did and five mins later we were off to livorno. Ridiculous. This all took about an hour. After that it was plain sailing really. My main concern was that my ticket wouldn't be valid on either train but it wasn't even checked. Arrived in Rome an hour late, found the hostel easily and vowed to bring biscuits for all train journeys in the future.
Right then. Roma. So far pretty brilliant. Left as soon as ...