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Travel Blogs from Rome
... could see at the end was a sea of umbrellas. Back to the apartment for lunch and then a short walk to see the Castel Sant'Angelo. This is a massive fortress on the banks of the River Tiber. It started off life as the Emperor Hadrian's mausoleum and then was transformed into a place of safety for the medieval popes when Rome was being invaded. From the dank dungeons to the fine apartments it was a contrast. By ...
... really bad and Mike said we will end up hating each others guts....lol), and let sweet sweet sleep come to me.
Earplugs + 2 mersyndol = a very good nights sleep :-)
A nice long shower, clean hair and an awesome brekky means we're ready to start our tour tonight with a welcome dinner and meet and greet plus a drive around the city.
I can't wait!!! We've been travelling it seems like forever and really not seen anything yet but ...
... dish. Mine came out, they put it in themiddle and I took it for myself, "you're not sharing?" they asked. No. I ate mine and Ken got nothing. Then they took away my plate and came out with another salad and the chicken. It seems I had eaten the nieghbours starter. We sorted that out. Then they tried to give me a pasta dish, also the neighbour's. The waiter came out and said "what did you order?" and, "Did I take your order?" The lady ...
... be alright In the summertime Baby, in the summertime And even if I have to wait til next year I don't care All I know is that I'll meet you there In the summertime Baby, in the summertime That is where I'll be We met up with tour group back at the exit to the Colosseum, and proceeded past the Arch of Constantine up to Palatine Hill, where the emperor of Rome and the extremely wealth lived. The palace on top of this hill would have once been incredible to behold, built by Domitian, ...
... split up and went in separate directions all eager to explore in our very own ways the interior of this Colosseum’s structure!
Knowing immediately where I wanted to go plus being much faster than most of the people in the group, I quickly made a mad rush for it straight up those gigantic stone steps, way up to the very top of the Colosseum where I was rewarded with a fantastic ...
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