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... is blocked and people are milling around reading the typewritten advice stick on the gate advising that the station is closed for repairs. It has complex suggestions for alternatives (fortunately also typed in English!). We take the suggestion for the N2 night bus at Via Veneto.
No, we don’t have to ascend the Spanish Steps again and walk through the park at midnight. There is a ...
... When we got to the street where we were to turn left, the wind nearly ripped my umbrella out of my hand and my hair was just flying. I couldn’t see a thing!
We stepped back for a moment, braced for the wind, and turned the corner. We had about a block and a half to go to the bus stop. It was an ugly walk but at least we didn’t get lost. Took the bus back to Termini and down into the Metro. Red line to Cipro. We had this part down. But tonight ...
... loop, Bobbie and Marilyn scouted shops while Marty and I looked for birra (beer) signs. Upon getting off the bus, we both had our orders. We were all dedicated to our missions. Marty and I pulled the old panzer maneuver and attacked an Irish pub that had the theme from "Top Gun" blaring. The gals apparently encountered nothing that absolutely had to be taken prisoner. The assault on the local economy is grueling and ongoing. Dawn may bring ...
... gardens, the largest city park on the continent. It was large and beautiful. On the way, we stopped at the Olympic park and the BMW showroom. 3 hours later, we were hungry for lunch so we returned our bikes, bought a day bahn pass and took the subway to have lunch somewhere. We stopped on the way for a cafe, and then back to the hostel to pick up our luggage and take the subway to the airport. ...
... at Jonathan when we arrived and the establishment seemed moderately full. I didn’t see Anna. As if a human dam had burst, within three quarters of an hour of arriving the place was packed to the gills with party goers and heaving. It was a meat market.
First Ann, then a few friends, then Jai and then the remaining friends left in instalments over the course of the night until it was just Tinks and I remaining. We partied until 4 am when we finally left ourselves ...