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... Spanish Steps were busy then this was a a press of humanity. The fountains are beautiful and grand and well worth the walk and having to part the sea of humanity to get close. We catch a bus to Venezia and walk the final kilometre home along the various forums between Capitol and Palatine hills and are happy to leave some sights unseen. Truthfully we were totally worn out from the heat of the day and the amount of walking we did.
Only thing left to say is "Arrivederci Roma"
I woke up thinking that this was going to be the clear day before several rainy days so I needed to do some walking/sightseeing while I could. But when I checked the weather forecast again, it said that it was going to rain TODAY! There were still blue skies in between the clouds overhead so I decided to walk, but to stay close to home, and to take this opportunity to start using my DSLR. The one I've been lugging all over Italy ...
I was for ever hopeful that Gary would feel well this morning but alas a massive hangover. Lemoncello is off the menu!! We had booked a tour of the Vatican this morning so galantly soldiering on we showered and had a quick bite to eat before meeting the tour company which luckily is just the next block from our apartment.
This bus tour group was full of Americans. Not sure why but they are just always pains in the butt!! Talking all the ...
... we were just going up into that building, she brought us ALL THE WAY DOWN THE HILL where we had begun our trek and announced this was to be our accommodation, only the office is located at the top. luckily, we were steps away from the beach and had an amazing balcony view of the harbour, which made all of our efforts worth it. We we spent the afternoon swimming and lounging, although the "beach" were just stones and did not offer any shade. Most people were just ...
... keep myself alive till then haha. Finally, we board the correct train and wait out the thirty minute train ride through some pretty ****** looking countryside, I don't know why -- but outside Rome looked like the train ride outside of Baltimore (ROUGH). Anyway, we get to the bus area and this **** was a ******* mess. Tons of buses ******* everywhere, and not one person or sign that seemed helpful. Ryan had some very exact directions to Courtney's apartment (where ...
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