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Another early morning today, with breakfast at 7 and on the
bus at 7:30. At breakfast everyone was very quiet and very tired. The lack of
sleep multiple nights is definitely catching up with people and I am certainly
one of them. We can’t wait for Pag Island to just relax for a day. We then
hopped on the bus and headed in to the Vatican. When we arrived we met our
guide for the Vatican tour. He was a nice older man with a good sense of ...
We started the day by heading to 'Biscottificio Innocenti' in Trastevere on via della Luce 21- it is the most fabulous bakery recommended by Stafano & Paola- as they say, "it is a place run by love" - an historical place founded more than 100 years ago by the grandfather of Stephanie who is now the owner; Paola says Stephanie is "so kind and makes me feel part of the family when I go there" - indeed this was our experience too. I introduced ourselves explaining how we ...
... and because it was free entry there was no way to skip it. We had some really good gelato- one placed served actual Nutella instead of Nutella gelato which was a bit sickly . The next day we didn't do much in the morning but went over to the Colosseum at about 4pm. As it was about to close we didn't have to line up which was good. Wine bar Getting turned away from empty restaurant Walking to square **** tourist dinner Travestere Truffle lunch Burger ...
... night chatting away, just having a good laugh.
The clock hit midnight, and he looked down at his phone, to which a Faceobook message notification appeared… “Happy Birthday” he read out aloud, to which he looked up at me said “It’s my birthday right now and I almost forgot”. Suffice to say, another round of cocktails were ordered, and I was chuffed to be sharing the first few moments of his birthday with him.
We eventually called it a ...
... we had a chance to look around from the front and see most of the important and beautiful aspects. By this time we had already spent 4 1/2 hours touring and we were all ready to call it a day. So we bid farewell to Simona and the tour group and walked around St. Peter's to take in the beautiful architecture and art before heading off for some lunch. We crossed the river and found a restaurant called Taverna Guiliana tucked away off the main road. We ...