Alle Fornaci a San Pietro
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Happy happy birthday to my beautiful Liam turning 19 today. An early start to travel to see the ruins of Pompeii involving training to Naples and then onward in a smaller train. In our 3 hour journey we took in lots of scenery. On today's reflection at being at Pompeii, photos do very little to capture the feelings evoked. The essence of Pompeii is more than photos. I felt the same with the Roman Forum. I anticipate ...
... br> We caught our late flight home and finally arrived back to our apartment in Madrid around 11:30 at night. It was a long and crazy weekend, but we had an absolute blast traveling together and saw some amazing things. I am so happy we got to do this trip and I would do it again in a heart beat. Although Italy's airline workers (and pretty much the rest of the working class as we heard) aren't overly reliable, the country is a beautiful place with some awesome adventures in store.
... consultant skills we did what any switched on person would do and pre-booked our tickets online. We whizzed right past all the suckers waiting in a long queue in the hot sun straight inside and spent close to 4 hours admiring all the artwork and pieces in the archives. They reckon if you looked at every piece in the Vatican museum for 1 minute each it would take you 12 years! We just stuck to the main areas, and that took forever! Paintings such as Rafael's School of Athens, ...
We spent six days exploring Rome. Our apartment was located near the ancient city walls. The city was basically an open aired museum. We were able to easily wander to the sites such the Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Pantheon, The Vatican, Colosseum, etc.. ...
... is served with every meal and the group surely makes the most of it.
On Saturday, we went for a walking tour of the city. This is when we saw the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Piazza Navona, and St. Peter's Square and Basilica. This was all guided by a Roman tour guide and she spoke for nearly the entire day, but I found that I was in too much awe of everything to even pay attention to her. The architecture and pure size of everything was so much ...