22 May 2008

The Bus

My place, for the blog, is going to be the bus that runs from Testaccio into the city (#95). We take this bus at least once a day, usually twice, and we have seen it at a variety of times. Buses in the city are really useful; although it is not huge, Rome can be easier to get around if one is familiar with the (extensive and well-designed) public transit systems. I will have much more to say about this topic in the future, but, for now, here are Jess, trying to figure out where our bus is and where it is going, and Mark, chilling on the bus:

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Works Cited

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Powers, Alice Leccese. Italy in Mind: An Anthology. Toronto: Vintage Books, 1997.

Steves, Rick. Rick Steves' Italy 2007. New York: Avalon Travel Publishing, 2006.