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... with only some portable pieces being removed by some barbarians and part of the bronze ceiling being melted down to make a cannon for Castel Sant' Angelo in 1625. The perfect proportions and many details in the infrastructure still remain, a beautiful building now just as much as back then. We also walked around trying to find the Trevino Fountain, but got lost and gave up and headed hom, but apart from that, overall another amazing ...
... couple who were very nice. They want to visit Australia and like many things Australian so conversation was easy. This couple was from Philadelphia. They are the first from that place that I have met. We were informed that because of the crowds today and again tomorrow, our visit to the Vatican will be shifted. I'm not surprised. I would like to visit the Vatican with a few fewer people around. Instead, Laetizia, our tour director, ( don't call her Letitia) took us up ...
... to get over any awkwardness that exists. Next we established the
surprisingly many mutual friends between us all. After drinking and talking for
a while the girls take us to a pregame at their friend’s apartment, again all
girls from Towson. It would unfortunately take us into the next day to learn
everyone’s names. We departed for the clubs, and following tradition, all hell
breaks loose from there. Walking back I lose Jack in a crowd of ...
... as extra fortification.
We got a train to Rome and then walked to our b&b not far from Ancient Rome. As the weather was perfect, (26 degrees) we wanted to see some sights. In 10 minutes we were in Ancient Rome. So many ruins and so much history. We found ourselves outside the Colluseum, an incredible sight, one we hope to explore fully tomorrow. Then we walked past the remains of the ...
... of in search of it. We wandered through some lovely campos & piazzas to reach it. It quickly became apparent that this was the stuff of nightmares for Josh and myself, a single line of about 1.5 kms with stalls on each side selling all kinds of conceivable and unimaginable junk. Dianne and Bianca were convinced that there were bargains to be had. And yet once we finished, total spend was Bianca 3 euros, Dianne 2 ...
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