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... wont take no for an answer.... but I kept saying NO! Gord and I ended up buying really ugly hats today since we have none of our items yet. Every time I phone the airline (Alitalia) I get the same ol same ol. Hopes are rising and falling as the time extends. We found a nice little pub around the corner after our meals, the internet was excellent and we skyped with Lorraine. It was a pretty good reception. ...
... very apprehensive about this tour as religion is completely well, lets just say not my cup of tea. But again, I don't know how he did it, but Justin turned what I thought was a going to be a weird worship walk into a wicked well-funny wonder. He told us about the pope who died from syphilous, and how the Christian cross was the 2nd most recognizable symbol in the world. "The first?", we asked. "Golden arches" he'd answer and chase it up with a patriotic "America!" ...
Today I thought I would set a slower pace to save my feet for tomorrow's trip to Pompeii. That was the plan anyway. I thought I would start with a trip to the Parthenon then wander down to the Vatican for the tour I'd booked for this afternoon. I hoped on the on/off bus and made it to the Vatican. As the tour did not cover St Peters Basilica I changed my plan and decided to start there and then go to the tour. That worked well until I saw the line at ...
... animals fought against animals and men. When I say animals I mean from dogs to lions, tigers and bears (oh my). I loved the Colosseum, a MUST see!
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- Buy tickets for the Roman Forum and the Colosseum from the Roman Forum. You get to visit both attractions for only 12 euro, visiting the Colosseum alone is 11 euro. The line at the Roman Forum was tiny and when we got to the Colosseum we ...
... Pizzarium - a hole in the wall selling pizza by the slice in the Prati area. The pizzas are baked in a long rectangular shape. You motion for how much you want, they cut it and you pay by weight. This place was made famous by Antony Bourdain on one of his TV shows so although a little far-out, there was a steady stream of food fanatics. The toppings are fresh and delicious but the crust is airy and crunchy. Each to their own but it ...