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This morning we visited the Vatican City. The Vatican City has been its own separate state since 1929. It is housed within the city of Rome and is the smallest country in the world with just under 1000 inhabitants. It is the central presence in the world for the Roman Catholic faith and is lead by the Pope. Surrounding the Vatican City there is a huge stone wall so the city is surrounded by a fortress. The once Renaissance papal palaces within the Vatican are now ...
... who was also in my room, Adnan from Dubai and Ecuadorian Ingrid went into the Collosseum. It was already about 4pm so no line did we face. We were thoroughly intrigued after just having heard the whole history of it. Back at the hostel we agreed to meet at 7:30pm to go and get dinner. We were joined by a roommate of Ingrid's and found a nearby restaurant. Everyone else got pizza, but thoroughly sick of carbohydrates (no kitchens have been at the Italian hostels meaning ...
... Steps! While I was trying to take a picture of it, some crazy gypsy was trying to get billy to buy me a rose and then he asked if we would like him to take a photo of both of us with my camera... What! did we look stupid?? So after weaving our way through the crazy gypsies at the spanish steps selling roses, gak (yes that slimy stuff you throw on walls), pet rocks and ****** laser pointers (who would want any of this ****? - ...
... into the fountain....no wonder some rogue had constructed an extendable magnet taking some coin for himself) and the pretty sweet Piazza Venezia (and military museum). At Roman Rome we wandered past some ruins of the old city towards the Colosseum. I have no idea how they built it......it's still pretty massive even in today's terms. We wandered around the arena which was wicked! Mid afternoon, 39degs and having not ...
... and gloves to stop our fingers turning purple. If you think I am exaggerating about the cold just look at the photos and video we have posted- it snowed here inside the city for the first time in 30 years apparently. In other cities and towns around Italy they have had to rescue people from their own homes whose doors are blocked by snow and bulldoze down streets to create a path. Having said this, it is nice to see a different side of Rome to the one we ...
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