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... 3 °C (37 °F) at night. In the warmest months – July and August, the average temperature is 30 °C (86 °F) during the day and 18 °C (64 °F) at night.
December, January and February are the coldest months, with average temperatures ...
... there was not a lot of room and quite a bit of turbulence. The pilot braked very heavily on landing so that caused a few 'noises' from the passengers. We then got another bus from the plane to terminal.
One of the ladies on the Futura was on the same flight as us but with a connection to Pisa.
As our flight was delayed she would have missed her connection so she travelled in with us by train to Roma Termini and then got a train to Pisa. Rain had ...
... to spare - possibly because we ended up in the Metro section, possibly because gates seemed to be randomly locked... Thankfully, even the major rail company runs on Italian time and so I dumped my suitcase and made a mad dash down the platform to try to hold the train with Mum and Dad chasing after me - Dad making a sterling effort with both his own bag and mine. Then the battle to find our seats began; nothing like negotiating ...
All of us are hurrying to get our stuff all together in the front room by 10am, which was check-out. Well Kevin's car got broken into and stole his radio and €1.20 in change. There was nothing else in the car and least his windows weren't broken. Still sucks though! For the day we have reservations to go into the Musei Vaticanti, which is connected to the Cappella Sistina! We start standing in line and it was a long line to get through security. They said it was going to ...
... the way in a lne from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi and through the streets to Piazza Navona via the Pantheon. It is also the area for the restaurants and the nightlife. After the shops, we wander around looking for a nice spot to eat and decide to go to the one across the street from the hotel, an Argentinian steak house! It was good, we'd not had a steak as such for what seemed like so long. Across the street to pack for the last time, tomorrow, we leave ...