La Casa di Amy
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... our clothes yay!!! It's time for tea and a nice film I think.... Good bye beauties TIP OF THE DAY: •for long walks here's a great game. With the partner or group of people you are walking with, pretend you are a desperate stranger who will give you anything depending on the question thus stranger asks. You only have 10 SECS to respond....E.g. If you could be given any English food, right now, what would it be?? Boom.... CRUMPETS. ITS SIMPLE. TRY ...
... season here - which made a fitting end to our night and our trip.
Our fight leaves at 11 am, our time, tomorrow and we should be arriving at the airport around 7:30 your time tomorrow night. We will call Josh's mom once we land.
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... 8216;tours’ to allow you to skip the line. But again, we just waited under 20 minutes and were in the door without having to pay nearly 3 times the amount, and with our trusty audio guide, we were cheap skating our way through Rome like pros!
First things first we sent of postcards to our parents from the smallest country in the world – The Vatican! After spending way to much money on silly postcards and stamps we headed into the museum. We ...
... but I had to try it I think it melted my tonsils!
Not long after, we got another free shot. Well, it was six shots. It was called the Rainbow Shot. He mixed some stuff into a shaker and poured each shot. Whatever was in the shaker separated into distinct layers. As he poured each shot, it was a different color than the one before it. They went from green to red. I reached for the red one and was told to avoid it. It was very ...
... but then again I suppose it should be. Coming out of the Basilica, we had no idea where to go for the Vatican Museum, so we started to walk in a direction. They were lots of people trying to sell tours, and other stuff and I try not to talk to them because they usually just bug you more to buy what they have, but we talked to a lady who was actually very helpful in telling us to walk in the opposite direction to get to the Museum. I guess you never know. We got in line for ...