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Travel Blogs from Rome
... It was a comfortable ride, a lot like an airplane really and it was comfortable looking out the window and watching the rolling hills of Tuscany fly by.
I'd decided to stay at an Airbnb listing for my stay in Rome and met up with my dad near Cipro metro, where our host then drove us to the apartment. It was a lot further than I expected, in the Balduina neighbourhood, but the area is quiet and the apartment is spacious.
We decided to make the trip to Rome ...
We stood in the queue for about 40 minutes to get our tickets to the Forum and Colosseum. By this time the boys had been walking and/or standing for about 4 hours, so not really a good time to start another 2 hour walk… but guess what, we pushed on. Big mistake! It’s a bit hard to appreciate the ancient ruins with constant murmurs of “I’m Hungry”, or “I’m Tired, ...
... opted to have the hotel call a taxi and we got a drive to the train station that morning.
Once there we took advantage of the luggage storage service, dropped off our luggage there and headed for the Florence market. There we did some shopping and went inside the inner structure where they have the butchers and fresh produce and upstairs there were cafes where we had some cappuccino. After leaving there we stopped in at another café to ...
Left Venice today and made tracks for Rome.
Renee's colleague advised me to allow 1.5 hours to get from the hotel to the train station. I don't know how he managed to take so long because it took me half an hour maximum. This included walking from the hotel to the Rialto vaporetto stop and catching the vaporetto to the train station.
I love the fast trains - it's such a good way to travel and only took ...
The girls take us to their favorite place for our last meal.
It was a funky Mexican restaurant that made amazing margaritas for happy hour.
Accidently staying past happy hour on purpose we needed a change from the
aggressive Mexican scenery. We returned to the annual routine of hopping
between bars and clubs. The drinks at the clubs were too expensive so we drank
at bars in between dancing at clubs. Not a bad system. The highlight of the