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... as you walk by. The kids flaked out again as soon as we had lunch so while they slept I took Mark shopping with me for clothes which he very much enjoyed. We had dinner tonight at a fabulous little restaurant called Di Enza which served amazingly delicious dishes such as artichokes pan fried in garlic oil and deep fried zucchini flowers. Unfortunately I ate them before I could take photos (very hungry day today) ...
... about it. She was surprised that we didn't have many questions. This was all new information to me so no questions, just absorb it all. She ended the tour before the entrance to the forum. She told us of another tour that she ran with the catacombs and Vatican City. Nadzha was interested in the catacombs so we signed up for that. It was at 3pm, we had 2 hours to explore and have lunch. We continued exploring the Roman forum taking more pics of ourselves etc. We then ...
... 1000 Euro! Definitely out of my league!
After a few of us had a flutter (on the cheap tables in the cheaper casino next
door!), we headed down to the coast and had dinner along the shoreline, before
heading back to Antibes for a nightcap (or several too many) in one of the
Tour days 10-11:
Venice! After a mere hour or two of driving we crossed the
French border into Italy, the home of pizza and pasta and the ...
... tours unless you are Italian and as there are no English speaking tours she did it. We had to keep a look out for police and tell her using the code word "buffalo" if they came near. She is very informative and did an amazing tour.
At the Pantheon I brought more gelato, I'm getting addicted.
When then walked past the Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia, the Capitoline Museum - this required a mad dash across the busy Roman street in amongst traffic. There ...
... headed there afterwards. We deposited our stuff at the St Peter’s deposit area before. The tour was really really good! I would love to do it again if possible. You get to walk the roads that are at least a thousand years old. You can’t really see St Peter’s tomb though but it was really nice just walking through the area. The best tour I had on this trip.
After we left Vatican, ...