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OMG that's all I could say sometimes when drive on the roads of Italy. Gasping for air and soaked in sweat, I am always relieved to have made it alive and sometimes , I admit, it can be exhilarating! I've learned a few things about driving Italian-style since I've been here... Watch for Others: Often seen in daily commutes, consider the merge concept and that yield is not really a foreign concept. You will see when you drive on Italian city streets, three cars ...
... No long queues for us, no, in fact I am sure we were lucky not to be stoned by those who were waiting in long queues. First the Vatican Museum. Yes quite amazing (the tapestry's were incredible) and then the Sistine Chapel, yes amazing again and then St Peters, by now I am a bit over done and then St Peters square, everything is just so big and high, TV hadn't quite shown how big it was all going to ...
... her views on what is going in Italy. Even though her outlook was grim it was interesting to hear. She said Italy was a dying a country. It used to be that families would have several kids. Now she said families are having one kid or none. There are several reasons. Living in Rome is totally unaffordable and no one rents so you have children living at home until they are 40. Admittedly it would be tough to start a romance that ...
... here. I am not showing off when I write this but I am finding it hard to believe that I have seen these things for real – they are no longer obscure concepts and pictures that exist in books or movies.
If Wednesday blew me away – Thursday was an explosion. An early start and in the bus by 7.25 and destined for Vatican city, the Sistine Chapel, St Peters Basilica and Square and then the colosseum. The walkway through the ...
... The kids were thrilled to do this.
Trevi fountain was SPECTACULAR
We continued on to see the Spanish steps, nothing amazing but a unique boat fountain at the bottom.
Had lunch in front of Palazzo Venezia then wandered past the Ruins in the Roman Forum.
At last we had arrived at THE COLOSSEUM, everything we expected
The second day we went to Vatican City. And Guess who made a special appearance because the "Stevens" were ...
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