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... in the Lizzie McGuire movie). The gardens of the villa were truly spectacular accompanied with many fountains to truly be the envy of all. The lunch included was delicious. And then we returned home all a bit exhausted and wanting sleep before our early morning wake up for Easter Morning at the Vatican.
And suddenly, here it is. It's Easter morning, the moment that seemed a lifetime away in the beginning of the ...
We said goodbye to fabulous Rome this morning and caught the train the Venice.
Rome was just the perfect place to begin our holiday. George and Zoe, and Jason too, really enjoyed our time there. Our hotel was perfect, the breakfasts each morning great, George particularly enjoyed the custard filled croissants. We could walk to the major attractions and felt safe the whole time.
Oh. My. Goodness. It has been way to long since I have posted, and I am sorry for that.
Let's jump back to wear I left off. Wednesday of Week 1. We did a walking tour with the Professor of some of the Via del Pellegrino and the ancient road the Pope used to walk when he had to transfer between the two main churches in Rome (St. Paul's and St. Peter's). This was a really cool walk, and the first day I had Varoun's Big Camera, hence all ...
... threw his Telstra SIM to a busker in London instead of coins. Also, an ANZ ATM at Southern Cross station confiscated his bank card for too many incorrect PIN attempts. Probably should sort that out. We do. We tired. We stumble. This blog stumbles. Thank you for reading. It has been an absolutely wonderful trip and we thank you all so much for helping make it so incredibly special.
Laters. Afscheid. Au revoir. Arrivederci!
Laura & ...
... the naked men statues (and what is with everyone in ancient Rome being naked all the time anyway?). There was a “boy with thorn” exhibit going on, so we saw a lot of versions of that, and we saw several “she-wolf” statues and paintings (telling the mythical legend of Romulus & Remus and the establishment of Rome – frankly a little disturbing!). Other significant things we saw were the enormous original equestrian statue of ...