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... was being said. Rome is crazy busy - the rest of Europe we have been to have been much quieter and you could tell it was off peak but not Rome. It is crazy busy and crowds everywhere which puts you off a bit. The Vatican tour was really good and we had quite a flamboyant tour guide called Stefano who made it interesting. We were real tourists here as we had little radios which he spoke into and we listened - when it started to crackle ...
... created' mankind through to the resurrection scenes and everything in between! The dress code here is very strict, people were being turned away as they did not have their knees or shoulders covered...I looked like a very good modest girl and covered my shoulders with a scarf...Rhett got a bit of a laugh about it! After the Sistine Chapel we were taken through and shown around the Saint Peters Basilica. This is even more unbelievable and wealthy ...
... to find another place to eat. We walk toward the Trevi Fountain and find a quiet restaurant to eat at. Everyone is pleased with their meals! From there, we go to a dessert place and get some canolies to eat because Jamie has been talking about them since she got there. We each get a canoli and enjoy them by the Trevi Fountain! From there, we head home. I have an early morning, so I go straight to bed. Greece ...
... is not what I was expecting, but fortunately, we have plans in place and phones half a world away were ringing, setting off a chain of events. Chris Hamilton and Adrian Botting, woken at 3am, were starting their day. Top Deck crew, in London, began following set protocol. Confident that we have a strong group dynamic, the one now known as “Auntie” and I leave the boys in the capable hands of the parents, as we set off to survey the damage and visit ...
... half the fun of exploring. Because of our lack of direction (I was in charge of the map) we found several interesting parts of the City that we would not have otherwise seen. We stumbled upon Piazza Venezia. The plaza paving was designed by Michelangelo in 1534 and also houses the tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The tomb is guarded by two military sentries who were looking pretty darn miserable in the constant drizzle. Or perhaps they were constipated. It was ...
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