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We arrived late last night and were completely exhausted, so we went straight to bed. I'll post more about our afternoon in Rome after we eat breakfast. Yesterday was chaotic. After a great breakfast at our hotel, we headed outside to explore Rome. We had four hours to wander around the city. Our hotel was very close to the Colloseum so we decided to visit that first. It was a madhouse! Rome is pretty hot this time of year, and there were sooo many people! ...
Wade hopped out of the car, strapped on his big Nikon camera and proclaimed, “Okay, this is it, stop number 2, the walk, come on guys, prepare to have your minds blown!”
He strolled (through the cold wind and in the bright(ish) sunlight) into the visitor center with his camera, confidence and the three of us fast on his heels.
Behind the counter of the tourist information desk was this very happy happy man-boy with blonde ...
... yes, I'm ignoring the water taxi ride). We may have said "Danke" in Italy and "Bonjourno" in Amsterdam, but we were doing our best! We all had our own favourite cities, but Germany seemed to take a top spot for us as we really enjoyed the landscape, food, and people. Croatia was also very beautiful, and we couldn't help but love the ambience of Paris. We went from beaches to mountains to canals, and cheese to seafood to pizza. An amazing trip, and ...
We ate breakfast then hopped back on the bus for a guided sightseeing tour of they city. Not going to die I may have dozed off a few times. The tour guide was a lady from Texas. She also told us some of the fun places we should check out while in Amsterdam.
After the guided tour we were let out at the Van Gogh Museum. I really enjoyed this museum because it told a story. ...
We are nearing our destination which is approximately 233 miles from the Equator.
We emerge from the cool interior of our Airbus into the warm, humid night air of Tanzania. Inside the bustling airport there is no air conditioning, and warm becomes hot. We are greeted by a representative of the tour company who collects passports and $100 (new ...