Agriturismo Santo Pietro di Coltodino
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... square with an approximate wait time of 2 hours. We then headed to the Vatican Museum and once again such long queues but not for us, we skipped the line and headed inside to go through the metal detectors and security, got our headsets and started our tour of the Museum.
Marie-Angela was our tour guide and told us a little of the history of how the Vatican State came to be, really interesting. In the late 1800's Rome was made up ...
Today we took it easy and woke up late. We left after breakfast and made our way to the Caracalla Baths. A place where the massive Roman baths were built in 216AD. A fair bit has collapsed over time but there were still lots intact. The baths were a place were Romans could come and swim, work out, get massages and socialize with other Romans. They could even read at the two huge libraries at either end of the baths. Whilst ...
... I am so grateful to my optimistic fiancé for getting is there. We made it back to the hotel and out to the airport in surprisingly good time, making check in and climbing the stairs to our Ryan air flight with time to spare. We got into Athens late and took the hour long bus out to Piraeus and our cheap and nasty hotel, right beside the ferry line, for a shower and five hours sleep before we are Santorini bound tomorrow ...
Well, our time in Sarnano ended with beautiful weather, some great hiking and taking our friends to dinner on our last night. Now we are in a small town called Rieti, in Lazio, the province of Rome. We knew nothing about this place but it is halfway to Rome, so we chose it. What a lovely small town. It is right beside a river that provides 85% of Rome's drinking ...
... before returning home to Canada. By now it had started to rain, only the second time we've had rain during the tour. Jason and Melissa were going to walk around the neighborhood before leaving for their flight home to London but got waylaid because of the weather.
I said goodbye to everyone who was left (!), and took the taxi that the hotel called for me all the way over to the Trastevere District on the other side of the Tiber River. It cost almost 20 Euro. The rain ...
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