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... getting ready to Segway.
Firstly I will admit this is my first time on a Segway.
Secondly, I have been looking forwards to this for months, since I first saw it online.
Thirdly, We saw so many landmarks today that my brain is still reeling.
The premis is that a local guide shows you around Rome on a tour of your choosing (Imperial/ancient Rome, Baroque/Best of Rome, The Appian Way or Rome by Night) and you see all ...
... ladies walking past. We were trying hard to catch most words coming out, as they are usually interspersed with proclamations of ease (errr, piffle). He did generally describe how things fit together, but it's the lack of dotted i's and crossed t's that make it hard. But if it doesn't make you weak, surely it makes you strong.
Next door was a large Basilica that neither of us had heard of, but we were told it was more important than the Vatican. Coming from ...
Italo had a fever so Jono and I journeyed by train to Pompei. There was a €11 admission fee each to enter the ruins of Pompei but we convinced them we were EU citizens from the UK so we got in for half price. People from all over the world, travelled to see this site but if you think about it, Mt. Vesuvius had massacred a whole city of people. It was daunting to visualise the erruption and the helpless ...
... I have never been in a shop with so many different yet gorgeous clothes that I love, what a blast. Had the most delicious lunch at a deli style place called Ginger where the salads and anti pasta and baguettes were amazing. Shopped some more with Darryl finishing the day with a $195 purchase of a bill fold from Prada no less. We of couse are giving him heaps about that. Taxied home and freshened ...
... route today. It starts on the other side of Isola Tiberina (that's the sand bar with the 2 hospitals). The Ghetto is where the Jewish population was confined by Pope Paul IV in 1555, the equivalent of just 4 city blocks! It wasn't until 1870 (Unification of Italy) that their rights and citizenship was restored. It was also in the Ghetto where the Nazi’s rounded up 1000 Jews, mostly women and children, and sent them to concentration camps in Northern Europe.