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... we arrived at the Vatican Ricardo turned us over to Luigi...Luigi has worked at the Vatican for 40 years, he retired a few years ago and now he conducts these private tours two days a month....the man knew everyone! And if he didn't, he had a way of politely sucking up to everyone.
We went through doors that the police went through, we went behind gates that no one else went behind and all the way he kept schmoozing along the way. We were at the Vatican from 9:30 ...
... we could fully cover the Vatican City. So we switched to a little hotel right in the centre of Rome and had some 85 year old dude check us in. The tour at the Vatican started at one thirty and didn't finish until 5, which by then I had heard enough about paintings and sculptures. I did enjoy some of the stories and our guide did a good job at keeping it interesting, even Stace paid attention for at least half of it. St. Peter's Basilica was ...
... the Apennines, past Bologna
and to Florence where we had time to take photos from the hill-top
where all the rich people lived and to check out the town centre. A
lovely old place to visit. We enjoyed a beer at a local with two of
our favourite Canadians, George and Rita.
stayed a little our of Florence at a resort with a fabulous view
looking down on Florence, a huge indoor swimming pool, balconies
... and Geoff made a wish with his 1 euro cent piece and we went back to the hotel for a bit of recovery.
After that, we went to the Colosseum. Guess what? There wasn't a line! We went inside and discovered that a tour in English was starting in 3 minutes. Just in time for us! Afterwards, we headed to the Coming Out bar for a drink. We then went home to sleep.
Our trip to Venice was tomorrow and we didn’t want to stay out ...
... and gateway entrance to Campo dei Fiori. I wander through the Jewish Ghetto area and around the Porto d'Octavia from ancient Rome.
When it's time for the meeting of the tour, I make my way to Piazza Mattei where the fountain of the turtles is located. We start in a lovely wine restaurant. Bruno is our tour guide for this food and wine walking tour. We are to visit 6 places to taste a variety of dishes and wines from many different regions ...