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... getting used to, once you've suffered a few moments of standing around like a lost child figuring out where to go. I did my last bit of sightseeing in Rome today, ticking off the Capitoline Museum and the Cripta Cappuccini. The former contains many works of art, mostly sculptures from Ancient Rome and is in a prime position looking over the ruins of the Roman Forum. Sculpture isn't quite my thing so I sort of skimmed through it. The museum was presented in quite ...
... We were pleased to find that we could walk most places which was good as I had locked Cedrick away in a Garage and I really wasn't keen to be driving around too much. The following day we went to the Vatican, which was nearly a full day exercise. We went on a walking tour which took in the Vatican Museum, The Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica Church. It was quite a lengthy process fighting off the crowds, getting through security etc, but it was well worth ...
I'm laying in bed writing this. I'm so tired but also very satisfied with what Mary and I have done in the time we have been here. From the moment we boarded the train in La Spezia for Rome, I knew it was going to be great. Speaking of our train journey...we shared our compartment with some locals who were heading to Rome for a concert and a wedding. I will just say that it was highly entertaining with Giacomo telling us all the funniest stories, a little in broken English for ...
... sounds like those moronic bumper stickers you see back home "Love it or leave"... F"£$K OFF We're Full). I may have despaired at the way the locals ignored the marvels and treasures in their own backyard. But then doesn't everyone, everywhere?
Now Rome has embraced the tourists, and is making a motza out of it.
I really like it now, but 20 years ago, I may not have felt the same..
And I couldn't have done it on a Segway.
... Colosseum as a couple.
After the Colosseum we to another one of Rome's most recognisable sites which was the Spanish step. This was a straight but pretty long walk away. When walking there we made sure we were walking on the shaded side of the road, which is also where everyone else was walking. We did stop a few times to browse around the shops, but couldn't find anything we wanted to buy.
Once we finally got to the Spanish steps it was just as busy as ...