B&B Torre Di Vico
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Well, we managed to get away at about 09:00 this morning and headed to St Peter's Square for the obligatory team photo in our Retinitus Pigmentosa charity cycling tops. Once we had done that we started the journey home.
The first bit was on a cycleway alongside the River Tiber which was nice. After that it was onto fairly busy roads which has been the theme for the day with a few notable exceptions. We managed to get separated for a few miles but bumped into each other again after ...
... a butcher shop with him. The city was incredibly beautiful; it sat on a cliffside, which meant a whole bunch of walking uphill, but the people and atmosphere was really friendly and homey. So many would come and ask me where I am from and how I am doing, and you could tell everyone was very close in the town. I want to go back there soon and just hang out.
... wines to taste (and proper tasting glass fulls) and the wines were surprisingly good. By the time i got to the third glass i gave Joelene the wink and said i could be your's tonight. She giggled, went and got another glass of wine and said 'you'll probably be no-ones now'. The 'special' limited release was the special wine at the end and Joelene really liked it. So much so, she went back to get us both another glass. I saw the guy ...
... party at the Sunset bar on the back of the ship and met a number of other members including another couple from Calgary that had been renovating their master bathroom as well. A bit of a weird coincidence but ours is finished and they are hoping theirs will be upon their return home. Then down to dinner and off to the evening show in the theatre. It was a busier day than we expected but it feels nice to unpack and settle ...
... the easiest way to get into the Colosseum is via tickets purchased at one of the other sites. So we did that, just a 10min wait at the Palatino entrance where upon going in we saw magnificent old Roman structures and buildings, beautifully made walls and etc, then headed towards the Colosseum, where we, to our delight, bypassed probably about a line of around a 2-3 hour wait. Trying not to catch the eye of other visitors as we walked directly through, surrounded on both sides by ...