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... had almost convinced me to buy it. When Ella mouthed "Don't do it Mum", I knew it had to be pretty bad. Ella wasn't safe either . She thought that if she sat very quietly in the corner and made no sudden movements she wouldn't be noticed but once they saw her it was on and she was wearing a very bling beanie and gigantic woollen donut thing around her neck before she even knew what was going on. The girl was still draping things over me while I was paying at ...
... needed to go bathroom and Nadzha needed to fill her bottle with water. They gave us directions to the nearest water fountain and toilet. We went and I waited for both of them. We then headed down and the guy that was recruiting for us came and told us to hurry because they were waiting for us. Our tour guide was Philomena. She was roman. She took us through and gave us all the information we needed regarding the colosseum. I was in awe. Thank you Lord for this experience. ...
... as people pranced around dramatically. The water itself
looked incredible, such a gorgeous blue, but us girls had a mission, and it
didn’t involve swimming! Instead, we headed to the main markets to pick up some
fruit for the bus, and to find a pizzeria, as apparently Nice is renowned for
its pizza! And we were not disappointed! Amazing thin crust deliciousness, made
the proper Italian way, with sparse toppings and lots and lots of cheese.
... our bags in our rooms and got back on the bus to go on our walking tour. Kelly stayed in bed as she's very sick. I think there was more than her that stayed behind.
The driver dropped us at a Metro station and we caught the Metro into Spagna station. Our tour guide did so well. It can't be easy getting around 40 people onto public transport making sure you don't lose anyone.
Our first stop was the Spanish Steps which are located near the Spanish Embassy. ...
... guide to take in some back streets of Rome and the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain. Busiest spot in Rome but a must see for throwing a coin in and a photo opportunity. The group that was remaining walked to the Spanish steps and then enjoyed dinner of pizza, wine and beer before walking (more walking.....) back to our hotel. A hot, long but totally exciting and rewarding day. Rome is definitely a must see destination and I will always appreciate having been ...
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