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Travel Blogs from Rome
... from the game and replaced by a relief pitcher that sucks. To make matters worse, the line for the museum was moving fast, and we ended up waiting longer for the broken-English-speaking guide to show up for his shift. Unbelievable.
It took me awhile to get over my temper tantrum. I was frustrated with the tour guide and so were the rest of my group members and one random girl we met on the new tour. Once we got our tickets, we ditched the tour, ...
... to the bus 81 to take me to the campo dei fiori market as the first stop and the piazza navona as the second. And I am 4.5 hours into my extremely relaxing stroll around the heart of Rome.
Eating My Way Through Rome
First things first, I needed food, preferably with calcium. See my Sicilian cannoli made with ricotta cheese and chocolate wrapped in a crusty sweet pastry.
Next I stopped at the fruit vendor and had a big plastic cup filled to well ...
... been made crazy by Cupid's arrow). She has refused his love, but he persists. She implores her father, the river god, to transform her into something less desirable, and she is turned into a tree. The statue is truly incredible; it captures the moment where Apollo is just about to catch Daphne, his hands just starting to wrap around her, but her transformation into a tree has already begun. Leaves spring from her fingers, her stomach is being covered in bark, and she grows roots at ...
... quickly as possible and get back to your best shot at maintaining your vacation. I figured if we canceled our 9 AM reserved tickets at the Vatican (already paid for) they would be stealing more, so we sallied forth.
We zipped through our self-paced tour fairly quickly. We paid quite a bit of attention at first but since I had already seen anything twice before and Debbie was still on overload from the church in Prague we made ...
... kilometer. Our tour guide also joked that the Vatican is the country with the lowest birth rate, highest death rate, and has one of the highest crime rates in the world. We started our Vatican visit in Saint Peters Square, which is appropriately located in front of Saint Peters Basilica which was primarily designed by Michelangelo and is the largest church in the world. From the outside, Saint Peters Basilica looks pretty big but once you get inside, ...
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