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The intention was to get the 8 am train to Rome and go on a Segway tour. The Segway tours leave at 9.30. The actual train leaves Manziana at 7.30 and 8.30 so we missed the Segway. Never mind! We'll do it on foot and bus. We were accompanied on our train ride buy about 20, 18-20 year old Brits. The conversation skills were " it was like... oh my god!" "Look at this selfie.... Will look great on Facebook." ...
... we learned held the quarters of many past popes. In fact a secret passageway was built from the castle to St. Peter's square so that past popes could travel back and forth safely. Finally, we made our way to St. Peter's Square where we heard a gentleman's voice projecting from a speaker. We looked up to the papal quarters and saw that the voice was that of the pope addressing the square on All Saint's Day. Now for Roman's seeing the pope is not uncommon as ...
... bottle of prosecco. The restaurant we ate at had the most wonderful waiters! The first one who helped us was shocked that we were from Alaska, the second was a wonderful older man who told me that my ring was bellissimo and molto bella. Talk about compliments! Then, when we asked for our check, a third gentleman brought it to us. We noticed they hadn't charged us for the caprese and tried to inform him and he was so ...
... Unfortunately we also have some people who have decided they will only sit at the rear of the bus. This sort of inconsiderate and selfish behaviour also annoys me, but I guess in any big group you are going to get these types of people, they don't attend any of the dinners either which I find a little odd and shows they want to separate themselves and not be part of the group. They call themselves the naughty section up the back of the bus, all seems a bit childish to me, I guess ...
... more like a Hollywood volcano too. After a few snaps we started to head downhill - as did Steph. Like her mother in 1977, the curse of Taormina struck again - leading to a very subdued evening and only baby pasta for Steph for the next 24hrs.
Luckily Steph rallied the next day after some TLC (new name was Dr. Martino) so we could make it to Tindari.
Here we could see some pretty gardens, a great church, Greek baths (seems Sicily has a lot of Greek stuff) and ...