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... to the events happening at the Colosseum (the Italians really love
Fosse dancers and swing music) and then walked back after getting some gelato,
arriving back at the Piazza around 11.30pm and found a good spot up on the wall
near the Borghese gardens. Most people didn’t arrive until 11.45pm. During this
time people were lighting fireworks and bungers EVERYWHERE. Including in the
crowd, which was a ...
... a Gelato for the walk back to our room.
Our apartment was pretty big but lacked good air conditioning. We had 1 portable air conditioner but you couldn't move it from the lounge area so sleeping was a bit troublesome. We were also on the ground floor so we could hear squeak’s from the main door that opened from the main road to the courtyard up until midnight which was a bit annoying.
The next day ...
... However it was 5 euros well spent and we hopped on the train and took a trip down to the beautiful port of Civitavecchia, had lunch and a wander round then caught the train back. Now we are all set for our next adventure starting tomorrow. We are sailing on the cruise liner MSC Musica -appropriate but I have a feeling that's there is an orchestra on this ship so JK may be spending some ...
... area for gays, with several apparent liaisons during the time I waited for the girls. Although I got a few stares, no offers were forthcoming.
Shopping completed, we returned to the apartment, as Lucy began to feel the effects of jet-lag. Because of our rather late luncheon feast, nobody was particularly hungry. By around 9:00, all of us were beginning to fade, and it was lights out shortly thereafter.
... that my dinner group and I couldn't find a place that looked promising for dinner until after like forty five minutes of walking. But I think we ended up picking a winner as the waitress didn't even speak English, so we felt it was the exact opposite of the restaurants nearer to us that all catered to tourists and had pushy people stationed in front of the entrances trying to get you to come inside.
Sunday, our last day, had a morning activity that I hadn't signed up ...