Benito Al Bosco
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... day to relax
and put our feet up. At 7pm we go to a pub with Jeffrey and Anne. After the
amazing food we got our desert it was sticky date pudding with half a litre of
caramel sauce. We said our goodbyes and went home for a cup of tea and talk to
Michael because it was our last day. The next morning we say goodbye to Michael
and head to Gaby and Dale’s house in Surrey.
After a 10 hour drive south we get to Gaby
and Dales. We arrived there ...
... t want to walk around Termini during night time. We caught a bus back to the hotel and had dinner which was at a place close by San Giovanni Church. The restaurant reminded us of La Porchetta back in Auckland. For good measure Lucky bought me 3 different flavours of gelato in one big cup to end one crazy day.
We have only visited 3 cities so far in Europe and we were exhausted. Tomorrow we were off to Madrid and we are looking forward to some Sangria and ...
... to skip this line, so we lined up at the end. In this time we saw lots of people pushing in and lots of people who we thought wouldn’t be let in due to the dress code. Surprisingly the line only took 15 minutes.
Once we were in we went up to the top of the dome (hardly a line). This meant more stairs and as I was in jeans I was very hot. Towards the top of the dome, the roof was on a tilt and Evan had to twist his body. The dome had some nice views and a nice breeze. ...
... di Tito), the Temple of Saturn, Temple of Vesta, and the church of San Luca e Martina. These are all linked by the Sacra Via, the main road through the Forum. We walk around for about an hour and our tour is over, we leave the forum site and decided to take the metro to the Trevi Fountain. We get of the ...
... family for almost 150 years, as well a drive by of many sites I have been to before. I took this tour solely for the fact that it was going to the Vatican City.
This tour was the first to leave the ship. A wicked 7:15 in the morning I had to be on the bus and ready to go. I think I woke up, obviously hung over as hell, at 7:05 am. The nice thing about these tours into Rome from Civitavecchia is that the bus ride in is just over an hour and a half. Gives me plenty ...