Carpe Diem B & B
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... are of a high quality. Our next endeavour of the day was rather uncomfortable to me as my knees were troubling me enough I actually wished I had a walking stick to take some of the weight and pressure, but we made our way uphill for a spectacular view over the city. We then began a very long and meandering walk back to the train station and home to our cosy farm house. Today we packed ourselves up and fair welled the countryside and set off for our final Italian destination Rome! ...
... column and whole bunch of other ancient ruins that literally line the city and can be found everywhere. After a little wander we found something slightly more contemporary which was a nice bar. -5 degrees, totally made of ice, even the glasses you drank out of, it was a very interesting experience however it did not last long as my toes were frozen in a matter of minutes! On from there we went to what turned out to be our favourite piazza ...
We woke up early today to catch the 9 o'clock train going into Rome. We wanted to catch another walking tour of Rome going to Vatican City. We made it just in time. The tour guide was just a bit late, but it gave lots of stragglers time to catch the tour too.
We were shown the path the pilgrims used to take from Rome to Vatican City. The line was so long going into the Church that we just took pictures outside in the square. The Vatican ...
... some "genuine" souvenirs. Dan mangaed to con us into buying him a Roman dagger and Alex got a Roman sling shot- not quite sure how Australian Customs will like these!!!
Jumped on a hop-on, hop-off bus and did a quick little tour of the sights before we got to a stop near the accom. Grabbed a few food supplies on the way home to keep us going. This included a bottle of red wine, tastes OK but we're by no means wine ...
... into our little bungalow, which is just about an exact replica of our last cabin in Venice. We grabbed pizza and salad for dinner at the camp restaurant, which was as tasty as ever. After a couple of wines we headed to bed in preparation for our first day of exploring Rome.
Brendan and Lauren xx
Luckily for us, the weather forecast looks great for the next few days so we awoke to Roman sunshine. There are a heap of attractions ...