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... try putting a hat on you or holding an umbrella above you. believe it or not i am sick of gelato. can you believe it. i cant.
cant wait to see you all either at school on Friday or Monday or at netball on saturday
ps it is unlikely that you will see me at school on friday i will most likely be recovering from jet lag
pps congrats to the school netball team
ppps no spellcheck ...
... the five of us.
While the Autostrade in the north is smooth (albeit pricy with tolls), as we get closer to Rome we can tell that the infrastructure here is just not as good. What you pay for up north with the constant tolls is quality; as we get south, potholes and bumps become more frequent. Colleen's attempt at sleep as we enter the road to Rome becomes fruitless, and she peers out the window and watches ...
... look for a restaurant close by. Pizza for lunch: again huge and delicious! It's now time to say goodbye to Kerrie and Roberto as they fly home tomorrow. It's sad to leave them as I've really enjoyed their company on this trip. I head back to my hotel but again take a bit of a wrong turn and end up at the Quirinale. This is the presidential palace and the home of the current Italian President. There is a military band playing in the piazza and there are young navy and ...
... appeared to be some kind of rally in the main square so thought it best to avoid that area as the police were in force as well! A shuttle will pick up up at the door at 11.45 tomorrow morning for the 40 min ride to the airport. Christine and Graham leave later than us but have decided to hang around the airport until their flight goes. They will arrive about half our hour before us in Singapore so we will meet up at the airport and get taxi together to the Plaza Hotel at Clarke ...
... amp; handbag stores. We just so happened upon Anticqica alley!!! So that was most of the day gone! Piazza Navona was alive with music & artworks of the city. After we faultered here for awhile to re-energise (the back coping well so far!) we wanted some more of those little shops. Lost in time we came across Teatro Marcello where their is a very good example of Rome over time building upon Roman ruins.