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... back to Civitavecchia. There were no stops. However it turns out that this train would've required a more expensive ticket. Luckily for us, the guard was checking our tickets as we pulled into the station. He wanted to charge us 90 euro, but had a change of heart and let us off! A minute later and we would've been off the train anyway. It was very kind of him. No one made it clear to us that you needed a special ticket for a non-stop service.
... clothes after the long trek from the metro station. It seems the protector was designed with a spongy material that served the double purpose of keeping my passport safe and ensuring that one patch of my shirt stayed dry as I hauled my luggage through the dry and hot Mediterranean city. My room was small and cozy, ground level, and although I kick myself for not having photographed it, I loved that on a prominent wall it ...
... things home, only to find that the one at the station is closed with a sign on the door that we can't read. We then went in search of some food and found a nice restaurant inside the station building. When we returned to our room we found a mom,dad and kid outside asking where one books in for these rooms. I told them that we had the same problem and took them to the other hotel for their check in- much to their relief.
My mission for us today was to see the Spanish Steps ...
... hostel said he had never seen the Pope, and he lived about 20 minutes from the Vatican. Anyway, we heard the Pope would be out at either 10 o'clock or noon. We woke up early and got to the Vatican a little before eight. While we were in the huge crowd trying to get into St. Peter's Square we realized that everyone had blue tickets in their hands...we didn't. Everyone around us was speaking Italian but ...
... inside to take pictures. It was pretty cool and then was also very close to the Trevi Fountain which we went to next. We tossed coins into the water and made wishes. Hopefully they come true! Next stop was the Vatican. We decided to wait in the long lines for this because my Mom had said how awesome it was inside. I wore a shirt that covered my shoulders specifically for the Vatican, but I got rejected at the door because my shorts did not reach my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed