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Hello everyone from Rome!
My greatest apologies for neglecting the blog for the past week. Our experiences / lifestyle has not allowed for focused writing.
Let me get everyone caught up to where Gerard and I are now. I just posted a entry regarding a day in Barcelona; but, admittedly, it was rushed. In essence, our stay in Barcelona was absolutely phenomenal - unbelievably fatiguing and completely unsustainable, but incredibly fun. We ...
... and artists of the time contributed to St. Peter’s. It was built to show a symbol of mankind’s appreciation to God. It is the mother church to Christianity. Not only does St. Peter’s Basilica hold some of the greatest treasures from some of the greatest minds of the Renaissance, but it is credited to have expanded the influence of Christianity. ...
... had a festive air about it, but I'm afraid we didn't get to buy any Christmas presents which is what we had been hoping for. One of the most impressive buildings in the area is the Pantheon, a building built around the birth of Christ which has been in continuous use ever since. It is amazingly well preserved and looked very dramatic lit up at night. Tomorrow we head to Pompeii and Herculaneum for the day. Our train leaves at 7.30am and we don't get back into Rome until ...
... to have 2 courses as the entree is small and the main is small. We only had one course so decided to look for a cake shop or gelato shop. They must've seen us coming because they charged us 14 euro for 2 coffees and 15 euros for our cake. The cakes and coffee cost more than our meal. We felt a bit ripped off to say the least! We've noticed that a lot of tourists here bring their dogs. The place is ...
... and seemed agitated when he was shown the address. He was yabbering and throwing his arms around. Rome has a reputation for chaotic roads and we can see why. Lanes aren't marked and people make their own. Ang said it was like Buenos Aires. At one stage we were behind a bus that was travelling toward the centre of the road and our driver looked at the inside. Ang asked if there was room, Craig said "no, but that won't stop him." And through he went with Ang holding ...