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... were. Visitors to Rome had to have been in awe 2000 years ago. Got through the two major sites with no line waiting. I liked that part too. Sandy's view - Sooooo much walking, I could barely put one foot in front of the other when we got back to our hotel at 10:30! Seeing the sights was interesting, loved the Coliseum and Vatican. The Sistine Chapel was so jaw dropping beautiful, and learning how he painted ...
... a cute restaurant and had very good pizza. Then we walked around a small farmers market that was next to the restaurant we ate at. Then we walked around and just shopped for a good part of the day. We even went to a real leathers hop called T-nobile. It was locally owned by a nice man and his dog. I have noticed that most if the shops we go into are locally owned witch I think is really cool and interesting. Next we made our way to the ...
... I thought to take my last with Sammie. The show was loads of fun and children really enjoyed themselves and this time they stayed in the boundaries thanks to James masterpiece of tape. Workshops were even better although some children didn't like to lose, but hey you win some, you lose some. I'm going to jump ahead to lunchtime which was really lovely because we got fed, which is a bonus, and also because James ...
... concerned the train would be full, but it wasn't so we could sit with our bags with us.
At least when we did arrive at Naples we were at Napoli Centrale so we didn't have to negotiate any stairs, just move to the end of the platfrom & wait for our platform number to show. Of course, 1st class again was at the front of the train, but it sure is comfortable. (Greg is also now much more relaxed about leaving the big bags at the end of ...
... They all got their tickets and I tried again - this time realizing that I could push a button and the instructions came up in English. Success. The train arrived and we missed out on a seat. Oh well, only 10 stations to go. Each station more people poured on and by the time we reached the main station in Rome, we were like sardines. A little lady opposite us mimed for us to hold our bags tightly to our body. We got the message. We had intended ...