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My last day in Rome! I didn't have to catch my train to Naples until 2.30pm which gave me plenty of time to see St Peter's Basilica. I took the extremely crowded metro and made it by 8.30am. There was a line but it was short and moving fast. I was entertained by this Italian man "stealthily" creeping his way closer to the front without anyone noticing. I thought about saying something but I guess he was desperate to get closer to God. Once inside I climbed 551 stairs up to the ...
Last day in Rome/Italy turned out to be a very quiet day. We packed this morning – hoping we won't be overweight for Alitalia. We are going to leave behind food, cleaning stuff etc and maybe some clothing. We walked out to our favourite coffee bar in Trastevere for the last time and then went to the supermarket briefly. On ...
... guessed it was a concert coming up (yep it's on June 22!). I asked him what the roundabout was called (rotunda) and a couple other things about the World Cup, etc! He was really nice! We got to the gladiator school and were a bit early so we looked around in the little museum area they have. Lots of really old and cool stuff. The other family came who was doing it, mom, dad, and three kids (Ike 14, 13, 11)... They were from Boston and clearly rich! The teacher was ...
Today I took a guided tour of Vatican City. We visited some of the museums, the Sistine chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. This was the worst part of my trip so far - I hated it. Sure the paintings and stuff was beautiful but it was so crowded I felt like I was in Walmart on Christmas Eve. I thought about leaving 30 mins in - it was a 3.5 hour ...
... deli's. After about a minute I could hear water. I knew the fountain was near. We came to the end of the street and bam! It was huge! Absolutely beautiful and intricate and huge! Apparently the water has been running non stop for 300 years. Or so I heard. We took some pics and headed back to more shopping. After shopping we were both feeling pretty ******. Bought a few snacks and headed back for a rest. ...