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... just to be cliché and it tasted amazing, have no idea how they made it taste so nice but they did, after that I went to a store bought myself a lot of ice cream an headed back to the hotel to eat it and now I'm sitting in my bed at the hotel stuffing my face with cookies and cream ice cream, missing home a little bit but still excited for the rest of my holiday! ...
... much as the red wine serve that Stephen got. At the time of writing this, I am feeling very comfortable.....
2.5 hours to go till Doha. 2.5 hours on the ground there and then 7.5 hours until Singapore.....
We arrived in Doha on time. The approach from the air was fascinating with a lot of highly-lit freeways but we could not see any cars on them...... We worked out that we had flown over the Mediterranean, Greece, ...
... stones could be a problem and we had to make sure our dentures were well glued in, but they didn't pose much of a problem. The ride was pretty smooth. Had to ride on the roads at times which could be quite scary but overall, the Italian drivers were very tolerant and gracious.
The guide, Max, took us through some little lanes which we would never have found on our own.. That's where the local locals ...
We loaded ourselves into his huge BMW and in no time at all were caning it across the city to our hotel. We had booked a place in the Trastavere area which is to the west of the Tiber and is full of cool little trattoria and bistros and coffee shops and baroque churches and cute squares and… well you get the gist! Its so Italian it all feels like a cliche. Our hotel was on the second floor of a block of 100 year old apartments and ...
... walking up the steps we made our way over to the 'Pantheon' which is impressive in it's own right. Everything just seems so huge over here. It's seems if it's not massive it's not worth doing. After the Pantheon we thought we would head towards what we thought was the centre of Rome. Turns out we were walking in the complete opposite direction and we stumbled across the 'Fontena di Trevi' or more simply the Trevi fountain. Unfortunately it was getting ...