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Wine tour in Rome.
Tour - Roman Forum, Palentine hill & Colosseum.
Spanish steps, treve fountain, Piazza Navona & Pantheon.
Vatican museums (incl Sistine Chapel). Took train to Florence.
Nude & Food Tour w/ Florence for Foodies.
Also shopping at Leather School of Florence.
We decided not to go to Sienna. ...
... lot of time it was just me. Although I walked straight through the Colleseum entrance it was pretty crammed and it was the most underwhelming of them all of course. Because how exactly can you imagine gladiators getting torn apart my tigers when there are plump men with binoculars and cameras the size of whales to the front, back, left and right of you. Anyway, day one was a blast. From there it all blurs and in no serious order here are the other things I did while in ...
... sprint through the airport only to find we were not allowed to check in, despite the fact that the plane didn't leave for 45 minutes. 2 Australian guys, Luke and Micheal, who were set to be on Croatia Sailing with us the next day were having the same issue, and had an email from Vueling stating that boarding was still allowed up to 45 minutes before. Despite our persistent arguments we had to go to a different terminal and buy new flights for 4:40pm, spending ...
... Caravaggio and Raphael...the Borghese Gallery is a work of art itself and the gardens were so pretty.
We were happy with what we got to see in Rome...we did see everything that we planned to see. We only wish that we would have gone back to St. Peter's Basilica right when it opened to see it without as many people and go to mass there....next time.
Goodbye Rome...Hello Florence!
After breakfast we caught the metro to the Vatican station ..... I think Audra had an interesting trip surrounded by admirers... It was lightly raining as we skipped pass the mile long waiting lines moving straight in the museum with our guide Nadia. Listening on earphones as she talked us through the various galleries we marvelled at the objects before us. The Sistine chapel was amazing and we slowly ...