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... secure walking to the top of that building.
It leans over way too much!!
There were lots of gypsies and they are very pushy. But on the whole fairly
harmless provided you keep your wits about you. It wasn’t like Paris where the
pick pockets get a little crazy, especially kids pretending to have petitions
and push you around and swarm around you. When that happened I just held on to
my bag and acted firm and they backed off. They can spot ...
... way through the day we kept following the signs but they didn't correspond with the book. We had taken lunch and had it high on a hill with fabulous views. Then headed off. About a kilometre later I thought I had dropped the book and went back. I met a couple of American girls and asked them. I couldn't find it anywhere, so headed bac to my backpack. It was there all the time. One of the Americans was a girl who had been talking to Helen on Facebook. She ...
... our snack, we walked around the walls of the city and into St. Peter's square. It too was amazing. I didn't realize it was as large as it was. We waited for about 45 minutes to get into St. Peter's Basilica, then climbed 320 stairs after an elevator ride to the cupola of the dome of the basilica. You could see all of Rome from up there. We then headed back down the steps, and toured the main floor of St. Peter's. So St. Peter's Basilica is right up there with Notre Dame. There ...
... heart attack caused by my missing debit card (The one thing I left at home – doh!!). Having not-so-great taglietelle Bolognese & Barolo at a touristy café by the hotel, Fior Fiore. I did, however, sit next to a nice couple from NYC who were originally from Fenton, Michigan – small world.
Next up, walking down the street to the Piazza del Popolo and back to the Spanish Steps ...
... to the top to admire another view of the Rome skyline, getting accosted by traders trying their best to get you to accept a 'free' lucky red rose so they can then pester you for money. I came home without one! After strolling a little longer, we made it back to the coach rendezvous point in good time to start the journey back to the relative peace and quiet of Camping Roma Flash, a bit of supper, shower and then bed in the knowledge that we had at least done Rome in a ...
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