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Hard to believe that we are on our last day of our big European adventure. Georgia has a VERY FULL day for us, so after giving Caitlin her birthday pin and cupcake headband, we had a great breakfast in the hotel cafe and jumped back on the bus.
On a side note, we've had 3 different tour buses and drivers in 3 different countries and they have all been great. I've never been a big fan of touring by bus, but I have to say I've changed my mind on this ...
Our last morning in Florence was on a Sunday, so good luck finding a place to eat! The church bells in the city were ringing all morning and the streets were unusually quiet, when compared to the last few days. We eventually found a cafe that was open only a block away...pastries and cappuccino. Mom seems to have become accustomed to the coffee here, finally. The thing that we loved about our stay in Florence was that we ...
Once we had left and were heading over the entrance bridge, Dan spotted my friend Monique. She was travelling to Rome, Poland and England with her family and we planned on catching up with them in London. Of all of the bridges in all of Rome, she wandered across the one we were on!
We found a great piazza with a street market happening. Here we stopped for lunch of filled panini rolls, fresh strawberries and banana. We headed home earlier than usual ...
... but oh well ..... it will grow back.
Okay so after I got over the shock of my short hair, I told Waz I needed to do a little bit of retail therapy to feel better, so we hit the shops. Walking around Rome really is quite amazing, it almost seems that at every corner you turn you stumble across some ancient ruin or the most fabulous church, or even a 2000 year old building. It really was very exciting to see what was around ...
... and holiday-like. It was a bit like Cairns in this regard.
Siestas, crazy Italian driving and unscrupulous taxi drivers didn’t stop us from seeing the sights of Rome (all the tourist areas do not have siesta anyway). We got out to see The Colleseum, The Panteon, The Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and of course Vatican City, its Sistne Chapel, its Museums and its St Peter’s Basicilica. All of these sites were ...