Hotel San Giusto
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... were alot of people on the boat we couldnt believe it. They were setting up beds everyone, on the floor and staircases. Surprisingly we slept ok. It was funny when we woke up we were not sure what to expect to see with all the people sleeping on the floor. To our surprise they were gone, there was a stop overnight which we didnt realize.
One of the girls was up early enough and noticed a school of dolphins playing beside the boat. Said it was ...
... that'll mean another trip back to the area in the future.
We then caught the train up to Rome where we stayed in a cute wee guest house. The day we arrived we headed off to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum/Palatine Hill seeing as we were staying just up the road. AWESOME! Not sure if we can say much ...
... the journey.
Because I am indeed a bit cynical and also because I am more about getting something done than necessarily getting it done perfectly, I opted for the staircase that lies next to the Scala Sancta. You still climb up it on your knees but it is less crowded so there's more opportunity for Frogger-like moves to navigate around your fellow pilgrims. My favorite being the two older Italian women who looked to have done the stairs many times. Perhaps it's ...
... It was incredible. We had the best tour guide they have (literally he's famous in Rick Steve's books and his own website, etc). We just lucked out and had him. He was amazing. Pompeii is massive and if we were to go around on out own we never would have seen it the right way or been able to understand the life of Romans. His details were perfect, interesting and amusing. Best/funniest part was on the way to the red light district....and the, um, carvings in the street ...
... for the Pope's message tomorrow. I have already seen the pope when he came to Australia, so we thought we might see something else tomorrow. ThenJustin and us went our seperate ways, we may see him again on thursday when we see Rome @ night tour... we'll see how that goes.
So now we go into The Basicila, which was super built After Not to be out done, another pope descides that St Peter's basicila needs to be bigger and brighter. This wonder of ...
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