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... Andrea's family is lovely, and Marco is a kid I hope mine become. He's articulate, polite, fun, and interacted with the adults as well as the kids with complete ease and confidence. The food, conversation, and vistas from their rooftop were incredible. Andrea and Tom have a long history and it was a bit of a love-fest, as each explained the other's impact on them. My father claims that Andrea credits him with his success, but that as far as he remembers, Andrea never took ...
... and sauna. What everyone really wanted to see was the well known brothel though, as you walk in there are carved pictures on the walls of different positions like a menu board and the men would just choose what they wanted from this. The concrete beds didn’t look that comfortable though!
One the pathways through Pompeii we often saw a concrete penis carved into the brick…around town these led the way to the brothel…quite logical haha
... We got our headsets and went into the Vatican museums.
Walking through the museum was just like it was in 2011, always moving, crowded and still lots to see. Before we did enter the museum we went to the top and saw the pictures of the Sistine chapel, as no pictures are allowed here. After walking through the museums we did get to the Sistine chapel, it was crowded and there were no pictures, the guards were always moving around. We then ...
... route into town through the back covered alleyways used in the stormy weather. We stop for a much needed caffeine break (not the shop owned by cupcakes) and a pastry filled with ricotta and citrus. I just eat the delicious inside part. After relaxing by the pebbled beach watching the people with orange leathered skin in speedos it is cruise time.
We sit and watch the coast from the boat with commentary. We see the hotel ...
... 20 minutes, not a care in the world. Nick and I had packed snacks for our Tour of Italy. We had leftover meats and cheeses from dinner the night before and we also bought some croissants. We pulled over after a few hours for a break and to make our snacks. Not understanding Italian when in a market means you buy croissants filled with apricots and honey - not sandwich stuffing croissants at all. So we picnicked on sandwich fillings and delicious filled ...