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Early cab ride out to the London City Airport to catch our flight to Rome. This is a new airport, and it looked like the runway was actually built up the middle of the River Thames. The flight was very scenic - flew directly over Paris, and then the French Alps. Some wonderful scenery, even from 30,000 feet. Arrived in Rome and nearly missed our transfer to our tour as passport control at the airport ...
... to get ready for dinner.
For dinner, we took the train to Vernazza where I thought we had reservations at Beleforte. It turns out they were for Wednesday, so we made lemons out of lemonade and took a steep 10minute hike to a restaurant perched high on a cliff above the town. The view was outstanding! I had a pesto lasagna and Susan had Octopus spaghetti. Our host was the charming Valencia, whose aim was to please and meet ...
... Busselton in WA. Peter is Italian and Colleen is Australian. They shared with me some of their family stories, not too dissimilar to mine. It certainly made the last 2 hours go very quickly. Wish we had started talking sooner!
One of our suitcases took nearly an hour to finally appear on the baggage collection carousel at Fiumocino. (Well it felt like an hour!!!) That's one of the problems of flying on an A380 ...
We check in for our overnight flight and find that we have been upgraded to business Class once again, and we accept this with glee! Who would refuse a flatbed for a 10 hour for night flight?
The welcome on board, once again, was amazing and the seats very luxurious and the food fabulous! And, yes, the sleeping sad good too!
The flight arrives into Rome early and we are collected by the transfer shuttle as expected.
We arrive ...
... the day when we were leaving! Oh and we saw a guy peeing on the building and cops and security surrounding him haha.
We headed on foot, towards the Colosseum or as the Romans call it - 'Colosseo'. It is one of Rome's oldest and most famous landmarks. The Colosseum took 9 years to construct, beginning in 72AD and completed in 81AD and was built by 60,000 Jewish slaves.
It was a little too late to enter, so we did a complete 360 around the Flavian ...