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... pay for cabin rooms and just sleep anywhere like on the deck or in the hall ways so this family had brought a big blow up mattress and were keeping right in front of the life jackets haha this **** would ever happen back home it's pretty funny just hopefully we didn't need the life jackets in a hurray lol. 17 hours later on the ferry we were in Greece yay!!! We drove for most of the day and arrived to where our sail boats ...
... isn't the best)! I got us there eventually, but it was fun seeing different streets and shops. We feel really safe here at night because there are so many people out and about until late. This morning we had a good sleep in. The air conditioning in our hotel isn't working properly so I think it was actually cooler outside than in! By the time we left the hotel it was midday, and we walked to the Pantheon which we were both very fascinated by. Then we went to the Piazza Navona ...
... solo travel is also partly its downfall - nobody cares what you do. That's great, and I love it, believe me, but it's nice to have somebody tell you to eat, or produce a package of sandwiches and wet wipes on a train in the middle of Italy precisely at noon, laying them on the rickety metal railway table as if we were at the Ritz. As I realize all the things that I'll have to do on my own again - grocery shopping may never be ...
... was strange that the meter had switched off somewhere mid-trip. Then the con: the 20 and 10 Euro notes I thought I handed over (so did Jen) was rejected as a 5 and 10 combination!! All I remember was a momentary shuffle when I handed the notes over and thought something was unusual, but was unsure. One of those moments where you are slighty unsure and "off balance" ...
... for Midnight Mass. St. Peter’s Basilica really took my breath away. Vatican City is a place I would really like to return to, above anything else in Rome. Michelangelo’s ‘Peita’, behind bullet proof glass, was my favourite sculpture, but what I spent the most time taking in was the immense space and all of the mosaic details on the ceilings and dome, which we got a better look at on the climb to the top.
The climb ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet