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... Capitoline Hill, the Esquiline Hill, the Palatine Hill, the Quirinal Hill, and the Viminal Hill. Modern Rome is also crossed by another river, the Aniene, which flows into the Tiber north of the historic centre.
Although the city centre ...
... way home again. It was a little easier this time, I tried to recognise things I saw on the way there. I really needed to switch on with directions now that I was on my own.
After my dilemma that took up half a day I decided to chill for a bit and do a bit of trip planning with a nap in between.
Later that afternoon I walked back out to the centre – I was lucky my hotel was about a 10 minute walk (when you don’t ...
... had a single wine in all of our travel here that we didn't enjoy and I'm sure every entry in their massive offering would have been completely acceptable. However, earlier at happy hour (who knows what time that is any more) we had found a particularly yummy one. Yummy...that's my technically correct new vino lingo! Richard orders and, out of the ordinary here, the waiter is quietly impressed with our choice. Dinner was exquisite: ravioli for me, pasta for ...
Arrived in Rome yesterday on the bus that I booked on an Italian website (phew) Have seen heaps, Trevi Fountain, Sistine Chapel, Vatican, Collosseum, just to name a few. Our hotel is very nice, top floor room with very cute balcony. Have walked and walked. It is really strange to be on a tour now after doing our own thing for so long, but we manage to still do our thing. ( Have never liked tours and now I remember ...
... hot that we decided to chill in our hotel until it cooled down a little. At 5pm we headed back out, catching the train into the city. The station where we caught it from seemed a little dodgy, having to walk along a path with big flax bushes, as if someone was about to jump out but the hotel receptionist said it was quite safe. We made it into the city and it wasn't far until we name across the Spanish steps which were packed with tourists sitting all over them. Next we walked ...