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... ideal but the whole experience was pretty easy appart from fitting our baggage in. A very smooth and comforrtable 3 hour train ride - pretty scenery and free wifi. On arrival to Venice the general question was 'how do we get to our cruise terminal from here?'... Sarah: "We just get on a water taxi and say 'take us to your leader' Dad (not having a bar of this): 'no, I dont think thats it' Me:Crying of laughter for atleast 5 minutes. Im still giggling as a type it ...
... and more flavoursome. Fiona introduced us to an italian beverage called aperol spritz... I absolutely hooked, and feel that I will track this down to make back home... We've been having them each night! Yum! Well, I'm off to bed... Tomorrow will be another big day with the colosseum and circus maximus, but here is a fun fact first, courtesy of Jarrod... The term 'vandalism' comes from Ancient Germanic people who sacked Rome, called Vandals. Night night ...
... is for no tea tray in room, coffee and tea served at the bar or take away cups, I hate drinking coffee out of take away cups ! Checked trip advisor for restaurants close by, equipped with info of expensive and rip off places we went off walking, found a nice place a couple of blocks away, ended up communal dining, which seems to be the "go" these days. We met Cindy & Mike from Middletown, Delaware. Mike was a keen ...
... a bit of a walk towards the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Again we were blown away at how you can walk along the streets of Rome, surrounded by ancient relics from thousands of years ago. When you look at the ruins, the differing layers of stone are obvious, some built that way, but others having been built over/added to over centuries. We ...
... was thankful for the coolness that some shaded areas were. After, we visited more historical sites with a lot more fantastic views. Walking around to all these places are really difficult if you don't make sure that you are fully hydrated. We stopped by a restaurant near a market, and went shopping along the way. There was a really nice store with handmade leather goods, and other really cool things to look at. We went to the Pantheon, ...