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... got passed the Colosseum. At every stop there are guys trying too sell hats, water, umbrellas and selfie sticks. Also because it was Sunday they have a different loop and didn't go to Trevi fountain, or stop at the Spanish steps. The stops were Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Barberini, Terminal, s. Maria Maggiore, Colosseum, Circo Massimo and Piazza Venezia. We got off at Circo Massimo. This is where they did the chariot races, it was located in the valley between palantine ...
... sights of Rome just yet though ... Luckily there was a small supermarket next to the hotel San Lorenzo, so we could buy some lunch and a drink. While we were eating lunch and checking future bookings we realised that we were one night short on accommodation - was it in Rome or was it in Amalfi? It was unclear so we reviewed the whole trip to Amalfi segment of our holiday. And came up with version 27 which now included two nights in Naples when ...
... for dinner at a cool little restaurant not far from Trevi, and then had gelato!! As the others hadn't seen Vatican City...we then directed them to the next station and we got off and saw the Vatican at night. It was pretty cool. Lots of people were just chilling having a drink in the square or eating their dinner. By this time it was 9.30pm so we caught a train back to the hotel and rolled into bed :-) Tomorrow we meet the rest of the tour group and we are off to Venice! With a stop ...
... well, you can guess that any time they try to make a new underground tunnel, they find some archaeological ruins that must be studied and so... very few tube lines... we took the red line to Piazza Spagna (Spain's Square), but I had the intuition of going first to Piazza dei Popolo (People's Square) and then walk to Piazza Spagna through the Villa Borghese big park... and I must say it was a very good intuition.
Visited Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain this afternoon with Tom, after hop on/off bus.
This morning we completed a full lap of the tourist run on the bus and filled my phone up with photos, what an awesome day.
We collected Tom at the Australian Consultate after his BBQ - much to Tom's horror, they put them in the backyard and they never went in the building. The dads took the boys back around 8pm and ...
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