A Quiet Day in Trastevere

No pictures at all today, as it was a quiet day of recovery (for the most part).  Slept in a bit, then ran to the grocery store for some breakfast/lunch supplies before heading into Doria Pamphilij for a run.  It’s a lovely park and the Romans definitely use it—many folks were out sunbathing, walking, running, etc. (there was even a troop of actors giving individual performances).

After a lunch of grapes, a banana, yogurt, and fresh bread with Nutella, I did some laundry and spent most of the afternoon (with the exception of a canoli run) researching my trip for the long weekend we get July 6-9 (I think I am going to spend it around Lake Como, north of Milan).

Tonight, Mike, Cynthia, Sam, and I had dinner at Dar Poeta (gratias maximas iterum, Magistra Nickelsburg!) before finding a bar to watch the England-Italy soccer match.  Italy won on penalties, so it was fun to watch the Italian fans’ reactions.

Have to get up for breakfast tomorrow, but otherwise an open day until a lecture at 4 and a Fulbright dinner tomorrow night.  Arrivederci!

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About saholc

Latin Teacher at The Hill School Atlanta Braves & US Soccer Fan
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