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... pretty much a free-for-all on the roads, with cars and pedestrians both blithely ignoring their respectives territories and just going around each other. This includes pedestrian crossings where you walk steadily across the road while traffic whizzes by both before and behind you. We found the building easily, and the door was open so we went in and dragged our bags up the stairs. And up. And up. And up! It's on the 5th floor, and there are 92 steps. ...
... there are people selling these little blob things, rags and little cube things and whatever else, it got a little bit rediculous at times.
Also at the train station were a bunch of sketchy ***** trying to get money all sorts of ways, just reeeeal sketch.
So our first full day we once again get the bus tour and see all the big sites, Colosseum Vatican etc. The buildings over here are insane, and so intricate you just sit there and look at it ...
... 5pm we ventured out again to see illuminated Rome and headed to Piazza Navona which was supposed to have Christmas lights and little shops. Again we battled the hordes - there were so many people out it was almost like a summer evening. The piazza itself was a bit disappointing, no Christmas lights but it did have a merry-go-round and the inevitable buskers, one of whom was quite specular whirling little pots of fire. The piazza is surrounded by cafes and restaurants ...
... to someone, (I can't read Latin, I think it is) complete with a lion, cherubs and an eagle! Lovely. We then went across the square to one of the twin sister churches (what I call them)...Santa Maria dei Miracoli. We actually did not visit them our first time in Rome, so it was nice to poke our heads in. We then headed up the stairs at the far end for some amazing views of the city. We didn't realize before that the Borghese Gardens are ...
Today we woke up bright and early, even before breakfast was
served, and caught the metro towards Vatican City. We were headed to meet up with our tour
ground, Walks of Italy. We sacrificed sleep so that we could catch a tour before the museum opened to the general public. Boy was it worth the loss of a few hours of sleep. As soon as we made it in, our guide made a beeline for the Sistine Chapel. In the past when ...