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Saturday 18th July.
Another hot day of 37deg, we were collected from our hotel at 7.30am morning tour and (skip the line) Vatican museum and Sistine Chapel ( where the Pope lives).
On the way we were pointed out by our Guide the Ancient Aurelian Walls which once surrounded the City and built by Romans in 271AD to keep all the Barbarians out. There is only 7 miles of the 12 miles of wall left. They are gigantic, 11ft thick and 8meters ...
We started off our free day in Rome with a tour of Vatican City. The Vatican museums were gorgeous, and the Sistine Chapel was as breathtaking as everyone said it was.
After we; myself, Speedy, Allie and Andrew, later joined by Aruna and Luke; headed out into the city, enjoying lunch with a view of the Pantheon.
We then headed to the Roman Forum for a tour of the ruins and the Colloseum. The Colloseum was definitely ...
... got to the Vatican City. The lines were insane! You could pay €46 to skip the lines or it was €16 if you lined up but you had to line up twice, once for the church and once for the museum! I decided that it was both too hot to line up in the sun and too expensive to pay so I figured I would come back on Monday and make sure I was there at 9am when it opened! So next stop was ...
Great to be back in Roma.
Lots of Coffee and yummy food
Portami al Roma per favore - look it up
Revisted lots of sights and found a few new ones
When in Rome - stay at Gambero Apartment
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Close to almost everything in Rome - Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, St Peters,
Piazza Novana, Piazza Popolo
We cut short our stay in Rome, and shot to the Amalfi Coast, because the hotel was not as quiet and private as we like and it had NO hot water! But Rome was great. Again we really enjoyed the evening walks, and for our day at the Vatican we splashed ...