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Travel Blogs from Rome
Hello my friends from Sunny Rome the land of Gladiators, Gelato and Jerks.Sorry we are a bit late with the blog but Venice has gotten the better of us!
We arrived from Santorini feeling uber relaxed and not really sure what to expect in Rome, you hear all the stories about the place, full of pick pockets and thieves. It been around …
... seeing for one day so heading home to check in and rest up. Been a long 36 hours since leaving home. Checking in was interesting, no record of my booking but luckily for us I was organised and brought with me confirmations and emails to confirm my booking. We have our apartment for 4 nights and it is quite nice. Bought some supplies and then headed out for dinner. Met a lovely couple from Holland and chatted with them before heading home to crash. Been an amazing first day in ...
... was amazing. We were intending on going on a tour, but it looked like there was a significant wait, so, we decided we would just take heaps of photos, climb this massive hill opposite it, and take every angle we could in a photo opp. We walked past the university, and saw all these students wearing their finest such as Versace bags, LV sunglasses and more. it was quite interesting doing some people watching. We wandered along continuing to take photos and ...
Up in time to record the 7am church bells. Really hope it works cos it will definitely make you feel like you are here with us :) Thankfully I saw the first bus arrive so we would not be faced with the daunting prospect of hauling our luggage down those notorious steps...woo hoo! Lots of tidying, packing, showering and urgent last minute wifi usage and we were bound for Roma! Sad to be leaving gorgeous Corniglia and the spectacular coastline of CT but very excited ...
... are visiting; some of the things that people tried to wear seemed almost crazy to me!
After getting thought the horrendously long line, we were able to get into the main area. It was filled with throngs of people, but it was still awe-inspiring as I looked upon the art and architecture in such a revered place. The last part of Vatican City day was to climb to the top and see the view of Rome. By this point, I was completely ...
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