Thirsty? No problema!
There are these really great water fountains everywhere! Take a look at the pic. They're shaped like little dragons or dogs and typically, the water comes out from the bottoms and pours straight down.
But if you put your finger underneath the fountains to plug up the water, it'll shoot out from the top so you can drink the water without being an acrobat!
However, WATCH OUT! The water pressure is better than most European showers! It'll shoot out at you like nothing!
My friend tried to get a drink of water, stuck her finger in the bottom, and the water shot out at some German lady who proceeded to chase us down the street for soaking her!
The little tunnel chiseled out of stone really intrigued me. If you do the morning walk around the forum, you will find it on western side near the Capitoline Museums. Given how many thousands of years this city has been inhabited, who knows what is behind the gate? It is very random and close to no other openings in the rock....very odd.
early shuttle bus to FCO airport
If the earliest train from central to airport (5:50am) can not catch your earliest flight (like mine), you can take the train from Tiburtina Station with earliest train starts at 5:05am to FCO airport; the second option is to take airport shuttle bus (blue) at 3:45am in front of Palazzo Masimo (left side of the Central Station) and it takes about 40mins to FCO airport.
I don't know the exact cost of the bus, I just gave the bus driver euro10 and ask him to keep the change.
i don't have the names of the...
i don't have the names of the resturant's i visted but i will say that i did not taste any bad food the whole time we where in Italy including nice resturants hotels pizza shops bakery's excellent food though i had veal 2 times and it was excellent i felt that the range of appetizers and there quality was really good articokes olives etc
Vittorio Emanuele Monument
The Vittorio Emanuele monument overlooks Piazza Venezia. He was the king who united Italy for the first time in the 1860s. The 19th century monument is a stark contrast from the older, smaller peach and gold colored buildings that surround it; it is a huge, gleaming white mountain, visible and recognizable from anywhere in Rome.