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A ****** sleep and an early mad dash to the train station (with enormous backpacks) started our day as we continued our adventure towards Roma. We soon discovered that the 'eurail' pass only covers the 'turtle paced' regional trains (in Italy not Germany) and to go on the 'super dooper' fast ones a reservation is needed i.e. to pay extra money. Yes …
... br> We have found the Library and both have books to read. We also found the pub, the Golden Lion on deck 2 and had a drink and checked out the sports coverage - maybe able to watch rugby and soccer!
7.30 was sailing time and we watched the sights of Venice pass by as 90,000 tonnes of QE edged her way down the Grand Canal and into the Gulf of Venzia bound for Korkula, Croatia.
Then it was time to dress (casual - which I should explain means ...
... bottom of the empty fountain. By this time, we need to start heading toward the colosseum to get lunch and meet our tour guide. On the way, we pick up some rain ponchos, as it's difficult to know whether the weather will hold. We meet our guide at a location a short distance from the colosseum, in a group of around 25 people, then head across to skip the queues and go straight in - at this time on a Sunday, he explains that it could take up to 2 hours to get in ...
... which we agreed to, not knowing fully what it was. It was a chocolate cake, nothing fancy, but we really appreciated that Dan was able to have dessert. We generally don't even bother asking if it's a possibility.
After our meal, we went wandering, looking for wine to bring back to the apartment. Being 10:00PM on Palm Sunday, nothing was open. As we were just about to give up, we strolled in to a Gelato/Pizzeria to ask for advice. Turns out, they sold us ...
Was surprisingly not tired this morning. Had a **** sleep cus the new girl was snoring. Me and my friend were cracking up for ages about it. Made my way to the start point which was ages from the vatican and got brekky from a cafe. The guide is Canadian and was hilarious!!! Again he was super engaging. Even tatine would have liked it lol. We went to some churches on the way and other points and he explained the rise of the Catholic Church or maybe more ...