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We woke up at 10:30am today and headed down to the hotel breakfast. It was our last day here so we met up with the others who were sitting by the hotel pool. We chilled by the pool for a few hours until we decided it was time to go and grab some food.
We stopped at a pizza place. I had pizza with chips (yes... chips!) and sausage... One of the best pizza's I've ever had! YUMMM!!!
... to the ancient Romans and it was stunning. Definitely a highlight of this trip so far.
I found it interesting when I heard a tour guide mention that the reason all the ruins are below the level of the roads surrounding them is because newer civilizations are built over older ones - something I knew, but had never really internalized. It is true though - all the ruins I have seen in Rome require a staircase to get down to their level, so to speak. History can ...
... He rocketed along at excessive speeds, passing other cars within 1cm (seriously) while busily chatting on his mobile and pointing out the sights to us as they flashed past. He accelerated when a mother with pram stepped on the crossing (she hastily retreated). He played chicken with the trams weaving across the tram lines, and was equally adept at overtaking on both left and right sides, consecutively. We traversed one busy ...
... I guess the cool thing is there is a walkway built over where the fountain pool was, so you could actually see it a little closer, but still, we didn't spend much time here. Grabbed a quick snack and the next stop was the Pantheon. When we came in 2008, we didn't get to spend much time here before we rushed off to the next sight, so this time we made sure to stay a little longer. It is an awesome building - I'd love to be in there when it ...
On Thursday, we explored Vatican City. There was so much to look at in the museum.
Seriously, how can this much art be all at the same place? When we finally made
our way to the Sistine Chapel, my friend Melissa got escorted out within the
first thirty seconds for taking a picture of the ridiculously decorated
ceiling. I felt bad she couldn’t sit there as I did for twenty minutes and just
stare at it, but ...