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... probably because they have to pay) as I didn't take my passport! Our tour started in the Vatican Museums, lots of old ancient sculptures and art AND a zillion tourists, it was terrible, people push you, elbow you, get in the way and they smell. 20,000 people visit the Vatican every DAY. I think they need to have a limited number.. Is not overly enjoyable with that many people trying to look at the same things, so many guided tours, not sure if you would make it out alive ...
... lift with a local. His name was Alex. He
was 35 and although studying and working elsewhere he illegally gave people
taxi rides. He was very nervous as we were so many people and kept saying we
had to watch for police and that we needed to jump out quickly if we saw any.
Anyways we got the inside info on Florence from him and practiced our Italian.
Then he dropped us off safely and home we went. Only to wake up in 4 hours time
for our free day in Florence.
... that we left and walked down to Trastevere too get some food. We had dinner late and went to bed early.
The second day in Rome we spent search the city for things to do. We searched for the Vatican, shops, church etc. Every corner you went around there were at least three churches. After doing that we had lunch and rested in the room for a bit before returning out. Dad had asked where to find the Spanish Steps so he could show me them. We ...
... interesting. Thank goodness, with a colostomy dealing with faeces is a different issue for me. Using a bidet for it's intended use rather than washing my feet, I have tried too. I did Google the technique just to be sure as those I had used in the past has a spray that provided the sprinkle spray from the base. None of those here, these are either back into the tap spray or fill up and wash by hand. Definitely a choice here as I certainly would not even wash ...
... the last Saturday before our Monday departure, we headed to the train station to book a ticket to Montpellier to link us with our preexisting itinerary. At the train station we learned the tickets were 65 euro each. Thus, we decided to search for alternate and more inexpensive ways to get to France. I found a 24 euro bus ticket to Montpellier online; but, it was on the Sunday before our Monday train departure. Not wanting to waste money and dearly ...