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Rome wasn't built in one day.......

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire


... Another amazing cathedral ....what more to say???? So our entire Vatican experience takes a little over two hours...perfect! We get in a taxi to take us to our next stop, from where we will walk to our other places of interest before ending back at the shuttle pick up point. The taxi charges on time rather than distance so it is a little disconcerting to see the euros ticking over while we just sit stuck in traffic, however it is the only ...

Wine, food, old sights and more food

A travel blog entry by paulandashe


... was a walking tour through the suburb of Testaccio. This is where the locals go to eat and buy their food. The 12 in our tour group were the only tourists we saw in the 4 hours we were there which was really nice. The food was amazing and the locals really friendly. We managed to try Cornetto (Italian croissants), tiramisu, pizza, cheeses, prosciutto, bruschetta, pasta, wine, rice balls and gelato. It was also very interesting as our guide told us ...


A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy


... back to collect our bags and luckily we had a bit of spare time as it is not the easiest station to navigate your way around so we ended up running to catch it.The metro trains however which run underground have been so easy to use form London to Paris and now Rome.So here we are on the train, going 247kms an hour through the Tuscan countryside for an hour an half to Florence where we meet Alice and Toch then who knows what's next!
Thinking of you all lots of love ...

Catacombs and the Vatican

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas


... to investigate Saint Peter's Square (actually an oval) and Saint Peter's Basilica (whose remains were hidden in the 3rd century at the catacombs that we hade visited in the morning). We did not know what to expect other than possibly of thousands of people doing the same. Entry to the Basilica and the Square is free but you still need to line up for security scans. Luckily, the line was moving along quite quickly and within 15 minutes or so we ...

Mighty Roma

A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno


... been helpful and friendly.

As usual, we headed out to orientate ourselves with our new city - immediately bought a "hop on hop off" bus ticket (E18 for 48 hours) and hopped on for a trip around to see the sights. However, 4 pm is not the best time to do this as the traffic was heavy and the bus slow but we saw lots of huge old buildings!!! We hopped off and meandered through town finding the Trevi Fountain (along with about 5,000 other ...

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