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... represented us that day.
This trip would no doubt be the ultimate test of our relationship. 24hrs a day, 7 days a week we were together, exploring foreign places and not speaking a word of Spanish. As we progressed it was apparent that what one of us lacked, the other picked up and we were truly were able to work as a team. It felt as if we could ...
... on the bus said to get off on the first stop over the bridge. Easy!
What was not easy was getting on the No. 64. It was chocoblock both middle and back doors packed to the edge, so being an "almost Roman", I calmly walked to the bus and stepped up! People stepped back slightly and there I was ....... just on! The doors slid shut and I breathed out....a little.....and grabbed for a hand hold as the bus jerked away from ...
... wasteland, fighting through huge banks of nettles (not good in t-shirt and shorts). Then suddenly we are within a mile of the Vatican and we have to fight through hordes of tourists, but at least they don't sting. If only the same could be said of the waiters at lunch. Eye-wateringly expensive for rubbish. Can't possibly write down how much I spent as Glynice will kill me especially as I offered to pay for the girls. Before I knew ...
... pensioner rather than a poor worker.
That night we said farewell to our all-Australian tour group. Defamation laws prevent further written commentary on some fellow travellers but we do have stories to tell!!
Our second visit to Venice was 'a sodden morning of the rains' but as it has been our only rainy day we will not dwell on it except to say that Helen and Clare were so drenched that they feared they would drip on ...
... generally Andrew and I really enjoyed the commentary on the artwork that he described and it made for an enjoyable tour. At the end of the tour you are free to continue looking through the Vatican (this was the same at the Roman Forum), but about 3-4 hours is enough for us, so we went and climbed to the top of the dome in the Vatican for the views before heading out. The final things on our list to do was The Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain which we stopped at on our path ...
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