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... the wait and almost-pizza-riot. We ate with a Korean guy from our hostel, but I don't think he liked us much. After the pizzeria we walked around but it started pouring down rain and my shoes got soaking wet. We got home and went to bed. The next morning, we had some time before our train so we walked to the bay. I also bought some "ray bans". I left out most of the eating parts because we always just ate some sort of food that consisted of bread, cream or cheese, and ...
... to get to know different people, but also to hear about the places they come from, their lives , careers etc. This is and educational and enriching experience. We then went off to the Showroom again to see an illusionist, Ruben Vilagrand perform. He was brilliant.
The ship once again was sailing though the night to reach Civitavecchia by around 6am Wednesday 30 July 2014. This port visit was to position us to be able to travel by bus to Rome for a visit.
... that is what we did. We had 90minutes in which to use our tickets (we were with R&W) and had about 5 minutes to spare. We still had another set of tickets because we thought we had to buy return, so we gave them away to two sets of people, a young couple who were very happy to get something for nothing and they headed straight up to the cable car. We headed back towards the ship looking for a restaurant to ...
... until we got the the quay side. It was another baking hot day so we had dive into a gelato shop and get our selves an ice cream each. We then continued on passing some very posh hotels along the way. We then passed a some rocks that people were sunbathing on and swimming in the sea. Niomi was really hot at this point and wanted to jump in, so she took off her top and jumped in shortly followed by myself.
The scenery was amazing behind us, so ...
... itself to be a huge complex complete with fountains and many many store, and multiple levels. Eventually I follow the signs to the ticket counter, but I can't figure out the way people are queuing. I ask an official, and he points out that I need to take a ticket. Aha! It's like one of the experiences Bryson described in his Europe travel book. Fortunately mine is less roundabout - my number comes up without any fuss, and though the official doesn't speak English ...