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... fast traffic. We've stayed safe and looked out for one another crossing roads, at ATMs, at railway and metro stations, on the metro and climbing all those stairs. We've gotten lost and then found. We've met family and missed family and friends and pets. We missed sharing Christmas as a family and celebrating Liam's birthday. I haven't missed 5 weeks of on and off rain nor grocery shopping. I havent missed cooking 31 dinners and feeding ...
... was the district where the rich and powerful Romans lived and played - sort of an ancient Roman equivalent of Oak Bay (no gas stations please). Included in this part was the Circus Maximus where chariot races and other sports took place. Finally, we braved the throngs at the Colosseum which was the Roman empire's main theatre for gladiator fights and other public spectacles. Our modern hockey arenas are pretty much the same design and size housing up to ...
... created. We also walked to St Peters Square which is another inspiring place. Our only disappointment of the day was not getting to see the pope, but had we been able to it would have been a special bonus. Apparently he was to be in the square for a special mass at 10.30, then it was to be 11.00 but I think he may have appeared at 12 noon but we had to move on from the square at 11.20. Whilst we didn't see the pope we did get to experience the atmosphere in the square ...
Yesterday morning we make our descent from Venice to Rome. With a week to Christmas, Leo our tour director decides to start a secret Santa so that we can all open gifts during our Christmas lunch in Spain. Christmas carols are played and decorations are laid out on our coach. It's starting to really feel like the festive season. Before we hit Rome, a quick stop over to St Francis Basilica in Assisi. St Francis of Assisi was a highly regarded Italian Catholic Friar/preacher who was known ...
... t been too much of a problem providing you are prepared to be aggressive and know when to give way [mainly because the other driver pressed the “Aggressive“ button first]. We have had our "OMG" moments and some laughs [afterwards]. We have driven in places we didn’t think we would fit and some we probably shouldn’t have tried. We have ignored Carla on many occasions, some because she was too late with her instructions, some because ...