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... we think) and having a smoke. Cindy gets up to spy on him a little closer from behind the plants on our terrace. We think we are spotted as the dude stops moving and stares pointedly in our direction.. we freeze and try to be silent. Laughing without making noise is so very difficult. I wonder what that Roman dude thought of these wacky ladies on the terrace at night.
Sadly, it is time to fall asleep for the last time this vacation in Italy. oh, Rome sweet Rome.
Getting ready to go to breakfast in our hotel, I hope the food is great well it has to be. The breakfast food was great . Yay I'm in Italy very nice. Very different to home having the most amazing time ever we did some exploring today, we saw the Castle Sant'Angelo - it was very tall and very old. Lots of stairs, holes in the wall to attack the outside enemies. The court house, we went on a local bus and saw lots ...
... erase all memories of him. Consequently Trajan removed the upper level and filled in the lower with rubble to form the foundations of his baths, the ruins of which still stand in the garden overhead. Donning hardhats our guide led us into the cavernous interior where the frescoed walls and ceilings still show a little of how grand it was. Raphael and other renaissance artists clambered down here ...
... the quieter town.
But his quest for a bed was not without incident.
He puts a lot of faith in his Sat Nav, as regular readers will know, and today he tasked it with finding him some accommodation.
It took him to a large building that obviously provided rooms for people.
In his best Italian, which is a bit like that bloke off Allo Allo i.e. English with an Italian accent, he asked a seated lady if ...
... I turned around to each other and
realised we had two bottles of water. The exhibits (I guess you could
call them exhibits, or maybe displays) were quite interesting, and
only one tenth of the entire Vatican collection is (apparently) on
display. Goes to show how much money the church has accumulated over
the centuries. The finale was the Sistine Chapel. I'd seen it before
and I don't think it had much of an impact on me then, nor did ...