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... 8am Dark Rome tour. We met our tour guide, Manuela, who spoke unbelievable English - thank God! We started by skipping the line and entering the Vatican before it is open to the public! It was still quite crowded with all the your groups, but for the most part it was an intimate tour group of just 12 of us! As we walked through the various galleries of the Vatican Museum, Manuela told us ...
... for Trattoria Lucia, a historical restaurant dating back some 80 years, I don't know why it's historical but the sign at the door says it is... well who am I to dispute them.
Then we walked back to the apartment going through so many piazzas, churches and monuments that I've lost count, once I'm able to post pix I'll be able to remember better through the pictures. As you can see, I'm still not able to down load... I'll keep trying.
... I watched a man pull his scarf up over his face and hobble over to us with his cane. It was disturbing and disgusting. These people were all over the place. Worst of all, there might have been actual old women in need among these beggars, and we'd never know it.
Finally, there was a constant fear of being robbed in Rome. During our preparation for the trip, we found several sights giving us tips ...
... then a square that was used for chariot racing (can't remember the name), then to the Pantheon and dinner at a yummy pizzeria. From there to the Colosseum. WOW!! 4 hours from being dropped off we make it to the hostel. In pouring rain we unload and get lost finding the cabins...
Rome started with a walking tour of the Vatican City with a local guide, who called herself Mama! We saw the Pope, Papa Francesco :-) from miles away... after that it was free time ...
... m really glad I did because the Vatican was awesome! It really is its own city (a bit like chadstone shopping centre) st pauls cathedral was amazing and was my favourite, the Sistine chapel was also nice but we weren't allowed to take photos in there. The pope had said a blessing earlier today & there were people everywhere! I somehow ended up right up near the alter as they were ...