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... and we end up in the Termini station. A 20 minute train ride then turns into a further metro and bus taking several hours. On all the metros there are usually children walking up and down asking for money whilst their mothers sit quietly in a corner.
By the time we get back we have a few hours to unwind, get some food from the supermarket and get some zzzz. Better luck tomorrow I ...
... if traditions versus God's word are the basis for holiness then it will deviate.
On returning to the apartment, we relaxed for a bit before heading out to a nice little Ristoranto around the corner. While the day had been a bit up and down, these evenings are good...all wait staff are very pleasant and helpful, and we again had an enquiry about our land of origin and whether we were British. I said no, Australian - and he seemed relieved, mentioning ...
... negotiated. Then, as though emerging from a nightmare, we are over the top - below, in the sun, Tuscany and the Mediterraneo. Beautifully hilly, landscaped with vineyards and olive groves and with Cyprus firs partially surrounding ochre villas.
Monday Ottobre 7th to Ottobre 8th 2013 Camping Lago Le Tamerici.
The camp site is idyllic next to a small lake. We pitch camp where we want, there is little competition this time of year. Signor fishes ...
... We didn't have time to go to the Spanish Steps so we returned to the ship. We got back with a little time to spare.
Mom collapsed in the room for a while, then the life boat drills started again and then up to the Lido pool to meet some new people who just boarded today, Joan & Bret. We had a party poolside with them with the band playing disco and Bruno Mars songs. We had a late night snack and went to bed. Tomorrow is ...
... Colosseum as a couple.
After the Colosseum we to another one of Rome's most recognisable sites which was the Spanish step. This was a straight but pretty long walk away. When walking there we made sure we were walking on the shaded side of the road, which is also where everyone else was walking. We did stop a few times to browse around the shops, but couldn't find anything we wanted to buy.
Once we finally got to the Spanish steps it was just as busy as ...