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... to the square every Wednesday and Sunday but it us it was really cool! After several minutes of speaking the pope retreated our of sight and our tour wrapped up with a couple tidbits about the vatican. Hungry we started our search for lunch, Ryan requesting anything but pizza and pasta. So we sat down to...pasta. It is harder than you think to find a restaurant that serves something else. After lunch we walked along the Tiber river, which is honestly ...
Well we are back on the trains again, lugging our ridiculously heavy suitcases around, up and down stairs, etc! I think I am going to do my back in totally the way this is going, however Cinque Terre is the worst of it and is now behind us.
Roma is our stop and we are staying in an apartment/B&B near the Vatican. We are planning on visiting ...
... the terminal, not a soul in site! Found a toilet and then went to catch up with everyone else who'd been on the flight and could find nobody. Everything was written in Italian (I guess they have the right to do that here!) so we followed the pictures of the suitcase down a corridor and found some lost Asian tourists. Each side of the hallway were glassed in train tracks that confused us even more but there were still pictures of bags on them so ...
... and then decide to head over to Campo de Fiori as it was somewhere I'd earmarked to visit. We find it fairly easily and also find Federico out the front of his restaurant. We stay for lunch and the food is good. Asparagus cooked with parmesan to start and then I have a big Caesar salad. We've slipped into Italian time and it is well after 3 when we finish lunch. Federico tells us about a little piazza close by so we head off to explore. We also walk around ...
Buongiorno! (Good morning). It's a beginning of a very long day of sightseeing and fun. Who can complain about that?!
We headed out to the Vatican City first thing in the morning. There is a strict dress code to enter the Vatican City - shoulders must be covered and no shorts or skirts shorter than knee length. It was a very very hot day that day.... a little unbearable to be covered up.
A local guide gave us a tour around St Peter's Basilica, ...