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... So we took the train into town to barberini and walked around looking at the fountain an enjoying the area before walking down to two churches. One being the church with st. Theresa in ecstasy. We then walked to and down the Spanish steps and then over to gelati for gelato! This place was crazy busy and took us a while to figure out how it worked! But it was excellent, especially on a hot day like today! We then headed and walked around the pantheon. ...
Today was our long trip to Pompeii, getting picked up at our accommodation at 6.45am. Our
tour had 9 people on it and our guides were Claudio on the way down and Salvatore for Naples and Pompeii. On the way out of Rome we travelled along the city wall. The weather was a bit foggy so we couldn’t see too much of the countryside. By the time we got to Naples it had become clear and sunny. We ...
... here. Finished in 220, and it could hold upwards of 1600 bathers. Fed by its private aqueduct and constantly being heated by wood fires below it was open to everyone even slaves.
Next we walked to Saint Nero and Achilles. This is a church founded by eunuch slave martyrs. Also called Titulus Fasciola, which means bandage, because of the legend of St. Peter. The church was unfortunately closed. ...
After much needed sleep we were feeling slightly refreshed. Brekkie was delivered to our room n had a selection of everything! Even little Nutella packets which I was very happy about of course. Today we were getting on an open top sightseeing bus to get a tour of the city. We did a full lap at first to get the commentary and decide which places we wanted to get off on the next lap. We passed the colosseum again and a colosseum look alike, the Vatican and many other stunning ...
... corridors of galleries along its length, and two floors, for a total of probably over 1km of museum schlepping. That's before you add on the other buildings, courtyards, grounds, and so on. Basically, plan a day *just* for the museums and the Sistine Chapel if you want to take your time, read about the things you're seeing, take nice photos, Late edit: Sistine Chapel Once through our museum quickstep, we were abandoned (nicely!) by our guide, ...
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