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... out and decided to take a cab back to the hotel. It was €7.00 well spent.
All in all it was a fantastic way to spend my birthday. I ended up with 17,700 steps and we'd been up for what see,ed to be forever. Did I mention that our hotel bed are very comfortable?
I had gelato once and Jim had it twice. And I' m sire we will have a lot more n the next few weeks.
For some reason I can't upload pictures - sorry!
It was a great day!
... The weather was sunny, and it was really hot, around 90 degrees. First stop was the Vatican and St. Peter's Square & Basilica. We lost Doris and Ted in the Sistine Chapel. It was extremely crowded, and the guards kept shoeing us away from the exit where we were meeting the guide. Apparently, they went ...
... spoiled! The only drawback to first class is that you have locals grabbing at your luggage to "help" you out and you literally have to push them away or yell "no" for them to leave you alone. Oh well...everyone's gotta make a livin! The scenery along the way consisted of mountains, green hills and beautiful farmland!! We have fallen in love with Italy, well, most of it!
Rome has turned into a bit of ...
... Luckily Dorothy's friend Eden is showing us lost touristy lambs around. Fashion here is noteworthy. In Iceland, it was easy spotting out the tourist, he looks like he's going on a polar expedition, clad head to toe in expensive weatherproof north face gear. The Icelander is clad in t shirt and jeans with a retro jacket, speaking somekind of elvish / Viking gibberish. In Norway, locals would wear either super bright clothing (bright ...
... and we were priveleged to go down into the wine cellar and taste some lovely red wine plus several appetisers. Every step down represented 75 years of anicent Roman history, and there were a lot of steps.
We then visited a traditional biscuit factory, a salumeri (deli), a pizza place, a traditional bakery, a restaurant for local pasta and more wine, then we had a surprise. Thanks to our lovely guide, Sarah, we were able to gain access to an old Farmicia (pharmacy) which was ...