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Travel Blogs from Santa Severa
... Some left about 2:30am each morning, as we could hear them from our apartment! The village was very old with narrow, cobbled and steep streets. It is part of the main town of the area, Sorrento. Sorrento itself sits up on the edge of the cliff, with only the new port on the water, and the beach areas, which are really pontoons over the water with roped areas for swimming. You have to pay to swim there by renting sunbeds and umbrellas.There are many ...
... level. The Colosseum really is a sight to behold. It is huge and I can only imagine what it looked like in its heyday. We walked around the upper level and then toured the lower level. We listened to Rick Steves' tour and were glad we were not sacrificed to lions just for the show. Such a harsh, intense place. I am not sure I would have enjoyed that entertainment at all. Actually, I am sure I would have avoided it at all costs…but I digress. (doug: this is truly an ...
Today is our full day in Rome. I've signed up to the Vatican, Colosseum and Roman Forum tours, which will take up the majority of our day. The evening is our own, and with a metro ticket in hand we can return to our hotel whenever suits.
After a trip on the Rome Metro, we arrived at the Vatican. We line up outside the Vatican museums, beside the old Vatican City walls. With walkie talkies in check, ...
... His teaching today talked about how we have to Christ to others (how
fitting to hear that message after retreat)
The Vatican museum was also a memorable experience, getting
a glimpse of history of all the Popes. The Sistine Chapel was everything I
imagined it to be.
The line to get in to St. Peter’s Basilica weaved at least a
kilometer from the entrance. I was slightly tempted not to wait, but I was ...
We rented a Fiat 500 today, which has been compared to a Mini only not as roomy if you can believe that. I won Mom of the year points by giving Josiah and his long legs my front seat. Kaylee and I did OK in back. We felt like we fit in better in our tiny European car. It was kind of like riding around in a toy.
We drove to Pompeii which is a 2 1/2 hour drive from Rome. It was cool to see the ruins with Mount Vesuvius looming in the background. The city ...