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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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Day 3 – Spanish Steps and others
Big day yesterday, but we must continue with our mission, so we thought that we would take it easy and just do Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain and environs.
What a tourist centre the Spanish Steps are! It is well known that they are traditionally a meeting point but wow what a lot of tourists meet there! The surrounding shops are all high class names like Gucci, Chanel, Jacksons, Dior etc. ...
... blindfolded and made it through without losing any appendages.
Ate tasty tortellini and some kind of coffee/foam/chocolate/sugar/fat thing at a place. Did open bar/pub crawl/club thing last night with a bunch of people from hostel. Guide was from cold spring, MN, other pub crawlers were from all over the place. Enjoy meeting other travelers but someday it would be nice to talk to someone who actually lives in the country I'm visiting. ...
... so many around. We soon found out it is forbidden to hail a cab to the airport! Plan B was the Metro nearby. But the guy gave us an all-stops ticket to Anagnina instead of Termini. And when we got there, the shuttle was all-stops too, with the airport last. So, yes, we JUST missed our plane! Oh the shame! (I can sense a smug smile on Keiran's face from here). In brief, we then did a lot of waiting. 10pm was the next available flight so ...
... s audience while we were in Rome. While in Prague, I received an email confirming our tickets which required us to go to Santa Susanna (an American Jesuit church in Rome) between 5 and 6 p.m. the day before (Tuesday). While Marguerite stayed at the apartment, I went to Santa Susanna and picked up the tickets. At the pick-up, I was told that if you wanted to have a seat, you needed to be in the plaza at 7 a.m. Marguerite told me that nothing good ...
It feels wrong to say the best thing about Rome was the gelato. But I can't help it. The heat, combined with the humidity, had me fantasizing about swimming in large vats of the stuff. I know I'm supposed to say the Colosseum, or the Pantheon, or even the Vatican but I have to be honest with you... and myself. Gelato, with its statute minimum 3.5% butterfat, is my favourite memory of Rome.
We arrived around 10:30 am after a quick flight ...