We never leave Rome without throwing coins in the fountain - this would be the only piece of superstition in which I indulge.
The Trevi Fountain has been in the process of restoration for more than 12 months and so they have it fenced off and a small imitation fountain with a photo behind to act as a temporary fountain for coin tossing. Of course, there are still silly people who will throw their coins over the barricade and into the empty fountain!
The point of tossing a coin is to guarantee your return to Rome but a Japanese girl told us last year that I didn't need to toss a coin but she did, because she was looking for a good husband and I already had one. That was after Kel helped her pick up all her money which fell from her safe keeping container!
From there we walked the scenic route (the long way) over to Trastevere, the area where we stayed for two weeks last year.
Of course, there are gelaterie in Trastevere too and they had some new flavours so I indulged one last time as we walked to the tram.
Tomorrow I shall post the final post on the gelati challenge.