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... it's enormous!! Checking in went really smoothly & only took a few minutes. We headed straight for our rooms & were very pleased with them--perhaps it had something to do with the tiny rooms we had in Rome, but could've been that they are just very nice. We explored the ship, unpacked & took advantage of the buffet...now I know why people gain weight on cruises! We broke open a bottle of wine & toasted our cruise ...
... of the art.
Following this, I went for a nice stroll through the Protestant Cemetery. This is the final resting place of John Keats and one of my favorite places in the city. Even though it is located next to one of the busiest parts of Rome, it still manages to stay relatively quiet and peaceful. It was wonderful to just sit in the shade and read a book. It was just what I needed after a long week.
... something big that "looked important." It was nothing. However, on the way, we watched a guy spray paint some amazing pictures of the Colosseum. If there was any way for me to have been able to get it home, I would've purchased one.
After deciding the big building was nothing, we walked through some alleys until we found what looked like a cute little restaurant for lunch. From the first greeting, we felt good about our choice. ...
They say you should try to get lost in Italy to discover the true Italy. They say you should be prepared for the unexpected. Well, today was the day for that.
We had checked and realized that today was going to be a rainy day, so we decided to check out some of the museums, and maybe filling in sights (that we had skipped) between the raindrops, so we got out, hit the ATM and a grocery store to stock up on money and pastries, and went to the Metro where we discovered it ...
I'm figuring out that there is no point trying to write it all. So now just highlights. Walked from hotel to archeological area of Rome...about 30 minutes. We saw the lines for the Colosseum so we went to the Roman Forum first. We bought Roma Passes which was a good idea since you don't need to buy tickets (long lines) and can go straight to admission. We walked right in. Now here was my first mistake of the day. ...
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