The ADA does not hold much sway in Rome. There was a rising up of the masses and the Hat was forced to risk bodily injury crossing several intersections to circle back to the location of an espresso shop. They also served cigarettes, gelato and alcoholic drinks. All of these bars served just about anything. We sat outside, relaxed, and laughing. The cars and buses slid through several streets and crossings just out of reach. When Roma Bus 40 came by we all knew it meant a rush hour ride that was not to be ours. There was Latin reading along a wall in the shade of the Arch of Constantine, while facing the Colosseum like it was a neighborhood banality. We walked back into a neighborhood visited earlier in the trip to the Clementini a restaurant across the street from the Basilica San Clementine. It truly amazed me as my conception of where the Basilica San Clementine actually existed as compared to anything I in reality could find was vague at best but more likely improbable. The walk was short. The pasta al dente.
November 12th, 2015
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