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... air conditioning is a welcome relief from the heat and humidity and more pleasant smelling than the public transportation! And you can keep your shopping bags on the bus when you jump off at your next stop. It's amazing how well these drivers can safely negotiate such small streets and crazy traffic.
Our first stop in Rome was the Colosseum. Everyone has seen photos of this historic spot, but until your standing in it, I don't think you can fully take ...
... at our fingertips...most everything was right outside our front door. We still naturally got lost a few times, but we have become accustomed to that! We opted for no gelato knowing that Rome would have some for us. I can guarantee that we will be getting gelato the last morning in Rome!!! Our tickets just so happened to be first class and after getting taste of that, we've decided we're not taking second class ...
... Maegan is flying in. Her plane was late getting into Dubai due to engine trouble, so she has been delayed by 3 hours getting into Rome.
I know I have been doing a blog everyday, this is mostly due to the fact that we have packed so much in AND have had reliable internet. However, we are off to the Amalfi Coast tomorrow morning and are not sure where we can get internet there. Having said that, there might be another blog tomorrow or in 5 days time, watch this space.
... bend in the road.
After spending the morning shopping and a eating we made our way towards the Colosseum. We had been told that if you got to the Colosseum after 2pm the crowds weren't as big and you could usually tag onto a tour pretty easily. So we arrived there at about 3pm and can I just say OMG. Now I know you are all sick of hearing me say OMG and WOW but this time both Waz and I were really blown away. I mean this was ...
... tourists. Even at night, they were all busy, rich with African huskers and scammers.
The busiest of all was the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Outside the museum the cue is 3 hours long, winding its way around the city streets and the museum itself. And that is just for the Vatican Museums, the line to then get into St Peters’s Basilica is another 2 – 3 hours long! We skipped the lines and paid for ...