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... us avoid the hordes, it also decided to absolutely bucket it down all weekend meaning that most of our fellow tourists (as yes, we do have to admit that we are indeed included in this category, as much as we ridicule them) were convinced to postpone their days out, leaving just the hardiest of us to wade through the villages. In all seriousness though, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia and Monterosso are witness to one of the most gorgeous, inspiring coastlines ...
... not the top in the league, it should still be a good match to go to because both will be fighting to not get relegated. We are looking forward to Spring break but in no way are rushing it to get here! This week should be busy with our first studio project being due Thursday. Friday morning we are taking the train to Florence as a class for the weekend. Hope all is well back in the States, I want to wish my Grandmom a very happy birthday today!
... Vatican. We shared a pizza, then had a sample of desserts to balance it out. Colin said it was the best lemon gelato he had in Italy so far!
In the afternoon, we visited St Peters, the queue was ok with lots of room inside to see everything. We also went into the crypt and saw all the dead popes, with the mystic music in the back ground. We all then decided to climb the 300+ steps to the top of the dome which had lovely views over Rome. Well ...
... of the movie Spartacus and Russel Crowe's Gladiator, the bloody fights, savage, slaughter, barbaric, intriguing physique and raw sexuality. Hmm indeed ancient!
- The Colosseum
- The Roman Forum
- The Roman Aqueducts
- Bath of Caracalia
- Ava ntine Hills -Mouth of Truth
- Via Appia - The Appian Way
- St Peter's Square
- St Peter's ...
... worth booking in advance, as there was a massive queue for tickets, but I was able to go straight in and swap my printed voucher for a proper ticket. I'd booked on the tour that includes a small part of the underground section and the upper tiers, so I received a sticker for that as well. Had another short wait until it was time for the tour, and then we were off.
I suppose I should probably talk about the Colosseum itself, though ...