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... light in the shower. Also a window that overlooks the little courtyard and the neighbours bathroom. Kitchen is small but well equipped.
I have offered to transform our en suite in to and Italian/French style bathroom. Jean thinks I am dreaming, so we will have to wait and see.
Pictures will follow.
We have tickets for the Colosseum, The baths of Caracella and the Vatican and two days of hop on ...
Today we leave the beautiful Amalfi coast and head back north to the eternal city - Rome. Having spent four days at Sorrento and three at Amalfi has given us a really good feeling for what this area has to offer and I have enjoyed every bit of it. We are leaving the seafood behind and moving to other culinary delights further north. The first part of the drive was along the beautiful coastline and it became interesting when Greg met a B-Double on a bend and had to reverse back. Then we ...
... back to get our washing and back to the room to put it away. Ash and Kim arrived in Rome at about 5.30pm so we arranged we'd meet them at their hostel at 6.30pm. They were about a 15 minute walk so we got there easy (although their actual hostel was impossible to find - turns out we were standing right next to it without knowing). It was so exciting to see them and we chatted for ages while walking around to eat. We spent so long looking for somewhere that we ended up ...
... hot. I waited inside the Pantheon a little more for the rain to stop and left once it did. To my amusement the people that work on the streets selling hats, bags, water and all kinds of things had magically lots all those items and had umbrellas to sell. A little down the road it started hailing so I bailed inside a shop to wait it out. The rest of the day included shopping and general wondering around.
... worth it. The tour was small, only about 20 people, and they took us to the basement level where the wild animals and gladiators were kept until the fights, and to the highest levels where no one else is allowed. There were 20 pulley systems to release wild animals through the basement, and each pulley required 20 slaves to operate it. We took a ton of pictures because it is such an amazing site. Just imagine that everything you see is covered in marble.