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... pretty cool. If we tipped the operator we were able to swim, so we gave him five euro and jumped in for a little while. After about 5-10 minutes in the grotto we got back in the boat and the man pulled us out again.
We got back to the ferry and after pointing out a few more landmarks we continued around to the other side of the island to dock at the "Marina Piccolo" (small port). We disembarked and had a quick look around the small "beach" and cafes and ...
... s so much to see here, we've only touched on it. Just walking around the corner from us towards the Colloseum this morning there were blocks of old ruins. They're everywhere. People have apartments overlooking 1500year old buildings! At first it was quite amazing to us but it becomes normal to see this when you're living in amongst it and walking through it everyday. Quite ...
... next morning towards Northern Italy and off to Switzerland and finally Spain and Drew and I had a later flight to Paris and a tour booked at the Vatican. We said our goodbyes and after four months with the kid it was really weird to part ways. Drew and I stashed our bags at the condo and headed to the Vatican at a time where there was no pope. We were lucky to be in Rome at this time because the city was really buzzing because of the leadership situation with the ...
... we got off and started walking along the river. That was quite fortuitous because although we thought we would go back to Travesterie we started to head back and found ourselves in the Jewish Quarter which we thought we might want to visit anyway.
Finally back at the apartment no worse the wear although definitely some sore muscles after being on our feet for at least 7 hours. In a while we will head out for some dinner and ...
... the accommodation was something to behold (we were not allowed to walk although I assured everyone I knew the way (By the way I'm still in the dog house). speaking of dogs, I said hello to this gorgeous Golden Retriever today and "Nothing!" I said, "Bongiorno" and he jumped up and wagged his tail. Made us all laugh!
Tonight we had a feed of home made 'Katalin' Spaghetti and then walked down to the 'Spanish Steps' and the Trevi Fountain. Great iconic ...
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