It was our last day in Rome. Everyone elses’ flights left about 4 hours before ours so Sam and I opted to be responsible for getting ourselves to the airport so we could enjoy one last morning.
We decided to rent bikes and ride along the Tiber River. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful morning or a better way to end our trip.
Plus, I got one more opportunity to hone my selfie skills.
Pretty sure that selfies while bicycle riding is like pro level.
There was also time for one last gelato before turning in our bicycles.
We grabbed sandwiches for the road and began our journey back to Thailand.
I am not exactly sure of what we did the morning of the 5th day. The only pictures I took were of our suitcases
that’s lots of suitcases for 6 people
some questionable gelato
sorbetto di pomodoro e basilico
with a cheese cracker
and Ronald McDonald
That night we walked to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. We went a bit of a roundabout way to get to the Trevi Fountain. We finally broke down and asked for directions. The very nice guy said, “Trevi Fountain? There’s a little problem, but you are close.” He gave us directions. We understood the directions and we found the fountain.
Pretty sure the “little problem” was that it was closed. I can only imagine it’s really, really awesome when it is actually doing fountain stuff. Oh well, on to the Spanish Steps.
We might have gone a bit of a roundabout way to get to the Spanish Steps, but that was okay. We found them and that was our goal.
They, too, were closed. But our step count for the day was impressive.