Cuscino E Cappuccino
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... so imagine if
you went as a group you would have loads of fun. another reason it is suitable for a school group is that in Rome it might get a bit boring just looking at old buildings all the time so you need to have a little fun
In the afternoon I went for nice walk around the city just to have a look at all the old buildings and see what the city life is like.
... at 11:30, so we had limited time to meet people and grab drinks. This of course was no problem, we met a couple Canadian guys who were at Ibiza for the past week, a trio of Brits with one having a birthday and another being a diehard Colts fan!! Was very excited about that. Unfortunately our time with our new friends was short and we had to head to the train station and back to Fregene. Now most of the time this part of the blog would end with, "and we headed to bed to grab a ...
... was always different and interesting. We even found a view of the Colosseum which was tourist-free! We covered more than 15 kilometres, which would have taken us much more than a day to walk. We love the segways and asked if we could bring one home!
The 2 brothers who run Rex Tours (the segway company) are Max and Leo - what lovely young men they are. Originally from Germany, they've made Roma their home and ...
... roman rooftops and the Four Rivers fountain. The kids were fascinated by 2 men creating paintings using spray paints. Very clever, creative works done in about 5 minutes. They had music playing and would pick up each can and shake with a flourish before using. In fact, it was a show. 3 more works now to get home safely! Plus the sketch of the 3 kids by yet another street artist they wanted to sit for.
... s paintings in the Sistine Chapel and his "Pieta" sculpture in the church. We climbed up all the way to the top of the dome of the Basilica....narrow spiral stairs difficult at times and also quite claustrophobic when the stairs followed the dome's curvature...the view from the top was worth it!
The weather is hot but not as humid here, clear blue skies, good for sightseeing.