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My first impressions when we first say the Vatican is this is amazing and why is this so huge. The reason I thought it was amazing is because it is were the pope lives. I thought it was so cool being able to say that I was were the pope lived. Once we were in the Vatican there were a bunch of different museums and sculptures and paintings. Also within the Vatican was the Sistine chapel and in the Sistine chapel was a bunch of outstanding art work on ...
... or thousands in the line to enter the Vatican Museum. We were rather staggered at this, and this feeling was set for the morning. True Rome returned when we entered, as we had to show our cards in exchange for entry tickets. Planning would mean this would be done at the office we'd come from, but we seem to be in the city or land of (apologies to those with Roman blood) can't be bothered and don't really care. With no direction the crowd formed a circular mob around ...
... of my PJ’s and headed downstairs. I was not exactly sure what I was going to do, but I felt like I should do SOMETHING. So I chatted with Antonio for about 30 minutes. We started talking in the hotel “lobby” (really just a room not attached to our apartment). Then we ended up outside. I found out he was born in Chile, but moved to Italy when he was two. He and his parents has been here ever since, he studied in Spain for school and came back here. You get the gest. ...
... a Bernini (more on him later), and quite whimsical and fun. Next we headed for the Piazza Navona, which is so fun and has a carnival-like atmosphere. The Fountain of the Four Rivers is stunning! We ate junky street food, which was wonderful, especially a crispy pastry covered with Nutella and some sort of dead pig made into a spicy jerky, which we loved so much we bought more of at a market later. They also sell glasses of wine there for 1 ...
Today we're off to the beach. We make plans to leave at 10 but the girls are not ready so I wait and we leave at about 11. We catch the metro then the train to Ostia lido beach. What is meant to take us 45 minutes, takes us 2 hours. Finally we get to the beach and we order sun beds and we're placed right near the water. I jump in but it is freezing! The water is also very shallow and doesn't get deep for a while ...
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