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... a tour in place for a visit to the Colosseum. We wanted to do the extended one that included access to the underground section but they were all booked out until September - a month away. We couldn't spend that long in Rome so we settled for the above ground one and booked it in for the following day.
The Vatican Tour commenced at 7.30am. We were walking distance so were up at 6.30am and out the door just before 7am. There was ************e around and we were among the ...
... town called Albano. Many UD students visit this town since it is only a couple of bus stops up the road and there is free wifi there. We spent a good chunk of the afternoon at a cafe relaxing and catching up on homework we hadnt been doing....oops. Dont worry mom, we got all of it done. I was glad we were able to explore the town because it has a few nice cafes and shops and it is a super easy destination for a relaxing/lazy afternoon.
My first impressions when we landed in Rome is that it didn't even seem like we were in Italy. The reason I say this is because it seemed more country like like we landed in Texas or somewhere out west. But not soon after we got on a bus and it all sank in like wow we are actually in Italy now. When we were walking the streets of Rome it was a little hectic because there were ...
I wouldn't have asked for a better way to turn 22. It was a lovely day (much better than the snow I'm sure I would have had in Michigan) and a perfect way to wrap up our vacation. My dad and Karen got me a cute purse I really wanted and a beautiful ring.
We started out the day by moving from our apartment into a hotel. From there, we made our way by bus to the Sistine Chapel. Strangely, there was a random ...
After Italy had conquered Germany in an epic win we finished our meals and hugged our new friends Katarina and Robert goodbye to head home. It was epic to see Rome celebrate the win of Italy, there was horns honking all night and people hanging out of cars screaming with happiness. I have never seen such patriotic people so excited to see their country win! We finally got to sleep with the aircon cranking to have another action day in ...