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... geocache. I was struggling to find the phone booth mentioned when Pete suggested the other side of the20’ wall. Then it took a bit of looking before it was signed and returned. We looked at the line going into the Vatican Museum/Basilica and decided it was worth joining. I thought it would take 20 minutes, John 2 hours and Ailsa 45 minutes to clear security. In the end it was 30 minutes until we were through. It was relatively painless as we ...
... account because someone from Italy was trying to use it ........just made it more challenging. I now have an Italian phone number and unlocked phone, 5g of download and a working email account. Ha-ha.
Then I still had time to enjoy this wonderful city again getting even more lost as I meandered through the back narrow streets and plazas. ...
... Best man was red carded twice. RoW and Ireland won 3-2 . Sadly I missed it as I thought Id just stretch out on the bed and close my eyes for a moment and didnt wake for
1 and 1/2 hours. Casualties remarkable few - one man tore his calf muscle and was in quite a bit of pain, finally went for medical attention today, and one of the women got flattened by a tackle which progressed over the sideline. Only dignity dented a bit there.
... my favourite thing to see in Rome! Again it was a hot day but shade and lots of water kept us going. From there we headed over to the Forum which is part of the ancient city of Rome and it's basically just ruins, but it is a must-see! The grounds are gorgeous and huge. We also went to Palatine Hill, which is part of the ruins. From there we caught the tram and took it to a supposedly very good pizza place in the south of Rome, but we made a mistake because the tram ...
... its veins too. Apparently in their insecurity about building such an immense and untested structure, the Romans added far too much metal to the stonework than they needed too, and so the pillaging began. Davide had earlier told me that at some point after the Roman Emprie's collapse, no more than three thousand byzantines occupied this old city, more or less ignoring the ruins and pillaging anything they could get their hands on for building material.