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... pizza for lunch, Hinesh also tries to local bruschetta. Fed and energized we take to del Popolo and start snapping away at the statues in the square. There are so many tourists here and where there are tourists there are souvenir sellers. I was waiting for Hinesh to finish up when I was approached by this rose vendor who gave me a bunch as a “gift”, then he continues to tie a colourful piece of string around my wrist saying it is for good luck. He makes chit chat about how he ...
... It was great and we all loved it. Especially the kids who quickly hang out with all the other youth and had some great nights. So far these were the most worrying moments of our world trip. Our 13 year old daughter party-ing with Italian Boys :->.
Where we were staying is not quiet the Amalfi Coast so we did a day trip there. It has a beautiful coastline with lots of little villages. Since 1974 no one has been allowed to build anything new and that way it has preserved ...
We are very lucky this year to be staying right next door to the Vatican City. Joelle informed us that she will be heading to the Vatican, St. Peter's Square, around 7 am. I woke up bright and early and waited outside in our courtyard for Joelle and everyone else to arrive. It was quite cloudy and it had been raining all night. Joelle arrived and so did a couple other people. We left the Residence San Pietro and made our way to the Vatican City.
We arrived and the ...
... her stomach for the next 2 hours, stomping/stumbling to the washroom every 5 minutes. Every so often she would call for her friend to come join her to which no response would follow. Needless to say, we did not sleep well last night.
This morning we said a sad goodbye to the beauty that is Cinque terre and set off to Pisa. We quickly saw the tower, which was busting with tourists, had lunch and returned back to the train station. As we were informed, pisa takes an ...
... at buying tickets but we did not immediately see the regular ticket machines. But we stopped and looked at a red one. A woman jumped in to help us (warning, warning, never accept help) and explained that the train didn't go to termini but we had to then catch a metro to termini. Well out popped our tickets and we were ready to go €88 worse off. Turned out this was a private train and the normal train was ...