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- Continental Breakfast
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... to get left behind, we squeezed, uncomfortable, but we squeezed and got everyone on. The bus ride seemed longer than usual, probably having to do with the incredibly cramped, stuffy, sweaty situation we had going on... Finally we got to our stop and back to campus. As if the day hadn't been full enough, it still wasn't over. We got back right in time for dinner, which was followed by Roman night/Caesar funeral oration. After dinner ...
... to be sighted at the Excavations Office. Then when we met approval we were permitted to obtain a ticket for our previously purchased email notification. Our guide arrived and our small group of about 12 people were guided into under the side of St Peters. There were displays set up and everything was super clean, finished and white. It helped us to understand how magnificent the older areas would have looked when they were new and well ...
... Undetered we made our way to the restaurant area. After dinner I managed to do a little retail therapy. Off to the Amalfi coast tomorrow on the fast train, I am going to have a word to the driver and see if he can go a big slower! Again if you are planning a holiday here pay the extra to skip the lines.today at the Vatican there was a three hour wait and that was at 9am and the Colosseum had a three hour wait as well. Time for bed now Bye from ...
... in about a hour and half, and I knew the boys would be a mess, so I sent mark on with the tour, since he was really interested, and I kept the boys in the snack bar with food and my phone for an hour or so. I was hoping that this would refresh them in order to finish St. Peter's without whining.... Notice I said hoping. We caught back up with the group at Raphael rooms, which is good since that is the part I really wanted to see. I especially liked the school of Athens- many ...
... signed. The detail is amazing and very lifelike. It is the most amazing piece of art that I have seen. It puts David and all of the others I have seen at a distant second place. I was able to snap a picture of it, but nothing compares to seeing it in real life. I must have just stared at it for about 15 minutes. Rome was cool, we saw a lot, and I will definitely go back. After 3 days in Rome, we went to Napoli for 2 days. Napoli: Napoli is nothing like the other parts ...