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... Wills was free), and waited. It had taken 30 mins to find the ticket booth, so we were ready for a sit down on the bus by then. 12:30pm came and went with no bus in sight (at least not the one we wanted). Upon asking the ticket vendor where the bus was, she replied it had been cancelled - next one at 3pm (now she was an elderly lady, so I couldn't very well have an argument with her). Back to the hotel and some time to relax, ...
... guide other than the fact he facilitated some of the excavations. He also had wanted a subway to run through the center of Rome. Of course as they dug they found invaluable artifacts and archaeology. We made a breezy walk to the colosseum where we learned several popes were responsible for paying for the restoration of the it. Brandi and I were fascinated to see it, and tried to picture giraffes, lions and prisoners stored in the two floors below where the ...
... detail and opulent adornment showing the history of the rulers and religious leaders of each era. It was quite a sight to behold!
The Sistine Chapel was our final stop in the Vatican Buildings. It was to be a 'silent place' and we were warned to stick close to our guide in the chapel as the crowd would be big. The guide would not be able to speak to us or answer questions in there. Everyone needed to have their shoulders covered, much to ...
... br> 3. Toilet. 1 Euro.
4. Platform announced.
5. Board train.
6. Wait. Watch people validate tickets.
7. Quick! Jump off train! Mean to validate ticket!
7. Train leaves for airport.
9. Toilet. Free!
10. Train arrives at airport.
11. Wait for gate number.
12. Gate number announced.
15. Boarding commences.
16. Not rich, old, or baby. Wait.
17. Board plane.
18. Fly ...
We're leaving Rome tomorrow. We’ve been here for a week and still haven’t made a dent on this spectacular city. There’s too much to do, too much to see. It’s true – Rome wasn’t built in a day, and it certainly can’t be seen in one, or six!
All the buildings in our neighbourhood are incredible, and we keep discovering awesome streets, pizzerias and restaurants that we want to try. If only we had just a little bit ...