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... s and even an alsatian wandering around the shopping mall with their owners! Even saw one little pooch lift his leg on a pillar and you know what happens when they lift a leg!
Had a great day and negotiated our trains back to the hotel.
Unfortunately we are now counting the days until we are home, the holiday is coming to an end soon but still one more repack of the bags, bound for Tokyo ...
Today we had it right and were able to take the tour of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, The Basilica and later visit the Coliseum, went to lunch at Tratoria Lucia in Trastevere and walked all the way back to the apartment. What can I say about the museums and chapel, most if not all of you have seen it and admired the wonders of art housed in them.
The Sistine chapel continues to be visited by thousands of tourist to the point ...
... path, or follow you for a little while as you moved past. Even restaurants would have people posted out front hounding you as you walked by.
Beyond that, there were beggars everywhere. Now, maybe this seems a little cold-hearted, but we didn't believe most of these beggars were real. Occasionally, it was painfully obvious they were--you'd see a man with no legs, or someone sitting on the street, dirty ...
... made the most of the free internet to catch you all up on my blog! The next day we had a walking tour of Florence with a local guide who took us around, gave us fantastic history on buildings and the area... love. Walked over the only medieval bridge left in the city, it survived WW2 only because Hitler liked it! Crazy! We ended the tour with a leather factory tour, not much, but I can now tell the difference between real and fake leather. Free time after that ...
... a good idea to give it a miss. We headed out to the Appian Way (the oldest paved road still in use in the world) and wandered up and down about 3/4 of it's 15km length. It was gorgeous, and very countrside scenic with old necropolises dotting down it and still stoned with the original roman stones (although these had been dug up and not placed back down that well) - seeing cart tracks from 2000 years ago running down the same path you are walking is quite thoughtprovoking and, of ...
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