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Rome, Day 2: We (or I) held eye contact with "the girl in the green pants" for at least six seconds while walking near the Piazza di Spagna. We then looked back at each other with a smile and head nod, but nothing was done. Later, while eating lunch al fresco, we continually eyed down a group of gorgeous Italian girls dining near us. This was when we made the executive decision that Italian girls know how to make short hair HOT! Again, nothing was done.
Another good moment: ...
... it. Rome is best enjoyed by walking.
6. Riding the vaporetto along the Grand Canal of Venice.
5. Prosciutto in Verona.
... got in around midday and met Sarah at the airport, and we took the train to city for an amazing weekend.
Once we got into the main station, Termini, we had to walk our luggage to our hotel. It was relatively nearby and wasn't too difficult to find, and it was a great hotel. We had our own balcony/terrace that was a great touch. It took us a bit to get settled in and find our bearings - by the time we got going for the day it was already mid afternoon. We took the metro, ...
... is huge - bigger than St Peter's. Here we also saw the tomb of Rapheal. Another stop on the way home was the quirky Largo di Torne Argentina - some random Roman Ruins home to hundreds of stray cats. All were fat and happy though - cared for really well by volunteers.
Dinner that night was at a cute little restaurant with awesome pasta and tiramasu. A great way to finish our time in Rome.
The next day we took the train to Siena, through some gorgeous ...
... World, we headed over to the ancient ruins to see the Roman forum, temples, basilicas, and Palatino hill (one of the 7 hills that Roma was founded on). We saw a bunch of fun stuff, such as the site of Caesar's cremation, the forum, the temple of Saturn, the emperors house, and the romulus huts, which dated back to 800 BC! Everything was really old and started to look alike, though. Our ...