At the moment I feel like I’m measuring the time we have left before our trip in ‘Lasts’. We’ve just had our last British summer (thank god!) and now we’re on the verge of our last autumn and all the things I love that go with that; halloween and bonfire night, frosty dark mornings and watching the parks turn golden and crispy. This weekend marked another ‘last’ – our last London Frightfest.
13 days of sweltering hot sun and blue sky - one afternoon of thunder, lightning and being soaked to the skin. Oh well, a day in Rome, even if it's a rainy one, is still ten times better than a day in the office! Check out the Roman rain...
Travel bloggers often warn not to plan a trip too far in advance, pointing out that your route will probably change once you’re on the road and that anything can happen when you’re backpacking round the world. Unfortunately, I happen to be a bit of an Obsessive Compulsive Travel Planner, so ‘going with the flow’ is going to be a bit of a challenge for me. It would be silly not to do any travel planning though, right? So, here’s what our itinerary looks like so far:
Normally when we go abroad Andrew will eat anything, I, on the other hand, am much pickier. I knew I wouldn't have a problem with the food in Rome though as Italian food is my absolute favourite cuisine - in fact we probably would have put on a few stone had it not been for all the epic walks we did! Here's some of the best dishes we had:
We took a two week holiday in Rome, Italy. Here’s a breakdown of how much it cost us, from transport to food, accommodation and activities, we hope this will give you an idea of what to expect from Rome prices. You can find out how much we spent travelling in Australia, New Zealand and Asia in our detailed cost posts. So, how expensive is Rome to visit?