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Down to the river, across at Ponte Palatino, and a brief stop at the apartment, and then we were on our way again, this time by tram to Largo Torre di Argentina, followed by a walk down via della Botteghe Oscura to Piazza Venezia to meet Simona and her husband. Tara and I met Simona in 2010, and we have remained friends through Facebook, so it was nice to catch up over Prosecco and gelato.
Xander took along ...
We had a smooth flight to Rome, arriving on-time without any incidents. Our transfer to the cruise port, Civitavecchia and the check-in to Celebrity Equinox went just as smooth. We were onboard by noon, went straight to the Oceanview Café for lunch. The spread of food was endless! We knew we’re in for a real treat (or trouble, if we can’t fit into our cloths by the end of the ...
... Vatican we found a nice little café that had everything we needed. We relaxed here for a while enjoying the warmth, sights and sounds and talked about what to do next.
We decided to make our way back to the main road leading to St Peter’s Square and grab one of the Hop On-Hop Off buses. There was several companies running and they all followed the same route, which took about 2 hours to complete, so we picked the one that was running the longest into ...
... meandering our way down very small alley ways where within ten minutes I was disoriented and lost! The gorgeous shops and Taverna’s kept my eyes extremely busy and as you will see by the pictorial reference that accompanies this entry it would not have mattered where you were so long as you were THERE ! The only distraction was that I found a little difficult to follow the tour guide … They give you a little box to hang around your neck (much like an FM – now ...
... and the building of the Prime Minister. With everything
that's going on with the prime minister I was surprised at how little
security and commotion was going on. We passed a few news trucks and
news reporters, but that was it. We ended the tour walking through a
fresh market right next to our hotel. After the tour we had the rest of
the day free. A handful of us went out to lunch where I got a fresh
salad with salmon on top, ...