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... group, and from there on we were "in" the rest of the day, meaning, no lines. The private tour left much to be desired. Margarita led our tour, but failed tremendously in enthusiasm. She led us through the Vatican Gardens. It was not much of a garden tour ("this is this plant, this is this plant") but more of a history lesson. We saw many gifts to popes from world leaders, ancient coffins, roads and pottery, the heliport, the radio tower, ...
... we decided we need a vacation to relax from our vacation.
Our hotel was amazing and our room was actually ocean-side. We were actually a little too far up the coast that our hotel didn't exactly have a beach but right below our room was a sandy area with chairs and umbrellas for us. There was also a pool with more chairs and umbrellas and all of these areas had an amazing ocean view.
Saturday night we ate at our hotel and had some awesome seafood. ...
This is the first time any of us had been to Rome. In our three days here we saw more overheated people than we have ever seen before, little children dragged way beyond their renaissance tolerance and fantastic works of art swallowed by hoards of tourists inconsiderately marching in the steps of their modern messiahs – the ...
... sites. We ate gelato on the Spanish Steps, saw the Pantheon, and enjoyed the scenery at the Piazza Novano. At night, storm clouds rolled in on top of us. Vendors were selling ponchos and umbrellas everywhere. We didn't buy any, as it just felt like the Thunderbird was flying overhead to say thanks for visiting us. Never did rain. What a great day. Tomorrow we head to Pompeii, and Salerno the first landing on continental Europe.
Good night America. ...
... uses over the decades. Seeing the ruins, it's easy to imagine toga clad people wandering around plotting to subsume the continent. It was very surreal and very cool! In a flash, we were out if the ancient city and back in metropolitan Rome headed for Vatican City. We were lucky enough to be in Rome on a Sunday, so we could see the blessing from Pope Francis. The guide left us to our own devices in St. Peter's Square, about 30 minutes before Pope Francis was to ...