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Hello from Rome!
What a whirlwind 5 days in Rome!
Good thing we got a lot of rest in Mallorca because we were CRAZY busy. We walked everywhere. Luckily, our hotel pretty close to some of the attractions and the train stations.
A few cool things:
- The engineering prowess of the Roman era is astounding. Throughout the entire city, there were stone fountains for drinking water that you can still drink ...
... no idea of any onward travels. As we went through customs with a 5 hour layover, I presented the boarding passes to Rome. She hit me and screamed "I knew we weren’t going to Copenhagen!” After a quick look around the downtown we headed back to the airport and onto Rome.
Arriving, I was nervous. When we collected our bags I told Rach ...
... are bones. We weren't allowed to take photos, but I found one on Google to give you an idea of what it was like.
That evening I took a coach bus home to Civitanova. I was firstly, very proud that I found where the bus picked me up. They aren't actual stations, just random spots on the road. On your ticket, it says where the pick up and drop off locations are, and if you have any transfers. These buses ...
Another early start, for my organised tour in Rome.....our guide met us at the port gates... Peppi Off to purchase tickets for the Colosseum in the city...was a wise move as the queue to buy them at the site was about an hour waiting time.... Although I had visited here about 28 years ago..was still in awe of this magnificent structure and How they built it thousands of years ago. Everywhere you look in Rome their are old ruins and ...
... replacement. It is electric and versatile and Tim believes it can double as a sewing machine. This new purchase which folds down to fit into Helen's carry on luggage will solve many pressing storage problems for at least one of the Clancy's. As Helen's craft continues to colonise both garages we do not believe her when she says that this is the last of her territorial demands.
The beautiful Cinque Terre is now a prized holiday ...