Being lost in Rome is a treat, not a problem. We dropped our rental car off in Venezia, how amazing it is to drive to the edge of this cluster of islands. After leaving the car inform of the Hertz office, we walked across the street and closed a bridge to Venezia.
Next we walked to the Santa Lucia station to get our high speed train to Rome. Reserved seats and a great ride.
Italo provides fast and nice transport, It was a pleasure to travel by train.
Beverage service was provided and restrooms were spotless.
After arriving at our Airbnb on Via Dei Cappellari i, we head one block to the Campo Dei Fiori. We chose this location as it was near our last Airbnb and enabled us to walk to most of the destinations in Rome we wanted to see.
Campo dei Fiori at night. The market is gone, now it is dinnertime and people watching. A full moon came to welcome us.
Quick walk to the Vatican
We were located so close to so many wonderful sights ant things to do.
The downtown market was filled with food and wines.
A Rome market.
This small Filetti di Baccala is a tiny space which specialized in Cod Filets which were delicous
One man runs the kitchen. Everything is prepared while you wait.
Find at Largo dei Labari, near the church of Santa Barbara
Some more walking and another wedding. First of several we saw.
A walk across the tiber to a new area of Rome. Trastevere, another jewell. Trastevere translates to across the Tiber
An uncrowded street in Trastevere. Via del Moro.
This post will be continued.
Caico e Pepe, Osteria da Fortunata , Via Pelligrino