Caletta & Mietta
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... books and had an early night ready for our big day tomorrow. Happy Birthday Me! We set the alarm and was up for 5am this morning. We was on the train back into Rome on where we arrived by 7. Half an hour later we was at the Vatican, bright and early to avoid the expected influx of other tourists wanting to gain access. To my horror after going through the security and bag x-ray I was informed by 2 visitors, one with a wagging finger at me that my dress code was not acceptable to go ...
... on RAI, the Italian equivalent of the BBC.
So while in The UK you have to put up with the jug eared crisp seller and his golf chums on the BBC, we have Paola carrying a torch for all Italian women, and doing rather a good job too actually. Of course, let's not get carried away, this is still Italy, and so it's the law that she has to look sexy, show some cleavage and we're sure her hemline gets higher every day, (it's currently 2" above the knee, ...
... because I am so picky when it comes to food. But I am determined to prove her wrong even if I don't like anything that we eat in Europe. First, we had pasta and it was green (ew). Then we had chicken with some sort of red sauce that tasted like olives but not the olives I am used to in the states, but it was better than the pasta. Then, ...
... My last day in Cinque Terre was spent with Christine on our rock soaking up the sun and splashing around in the sea at the mariner. We didn't want to leave. We had had the most amazing time in this little village chilling during the day and gettin into the party vibe at night. We decided to go big on our last night and bought 2 1.5litre bottles of the 3€ wine, grabbed some pasta takeaway and sat down on the rocks watching the sunset. It was the perfect ending to an awesome ...
... doing yoga poses and being photographed holding up the leaning tower. Of course we also did a few of our own. We purchased tickets to climb the tower, enter the Cathedral and the Baptistry however that wasn't going to happen until 3pm. Headed back to town and finally found somewhere to go for lunch after a bit of wandering. After lunch we went back to Piazza del Miracoli. Our first stop was the Baptistry which is a huge round building that ...
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