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Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by brightonhill on Jul 30, 2014

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Hard to believe that we are on our last day of our big European adventure. Georgia has a VERY FULL day for us, so after giving Caitlin her birthday pin and cupcake headband, we had a great breakfast in the hotel cafe and jumped back on the bus.

On a side note, we've had 3 different tour buses and drivers in 3 different countries and they have all been great. I've never been a big fan of touring by bus, but I have to say I've changed my mind on this ...

When in ROME

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Oct 13, 2013

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... day. We then went on a wild goose chase to find the prison that St. Peter and Paul were held captive in. We literally spent all day trying to find this place, thinking it is going to be awesome to see. Let's just say if you have the opportunity to go, don't even waste your time. It was the biggest joke of my life and we all literally burst out laughing in the middle of it. All I got out of it was that the rocks talked and changed colors! We then bought our train tickets and head back ...

The Vatican City and Sistine Chapel, ITALY

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 18, 2013

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... We walked all morning. We arrived at the Vatican with sore feet and literally 5 minutes to spare. I had no energy left for another 2.5 hr tour of the Vatican. And the worst part is that apart from the Leonardo Di Vinci museum that we randomly came across on our journey, the other momentums were either closed for maintenance or not particularly worth seeing.

The Vatican is a city enclosed by walls, located within the city of Rome. It was established as ...

The first day of our adventure!

A travel blog entry by roverlibr on Jun 30, 2013

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... was to be a mass that morning. After more than a few attempts asking in English, I pulled out my "Italian phrase" list and started asking "parla inglese"? That's when it became clear that most people there did not speak English. Finally we found some Italians who understood and told us that the one line was for the Vatican Museum. need to stand in that line, as we had a "beat the line" tour scheduled for the next day. on ...

At last, the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel!!

A travel blog entry by nissa.villegas on Apr 11, 2013

... Pablo and I actually had tea when we got back (and possibly received our third miracle for the day?) - fresh crusty bread, roasted artichokes, salami, jamon, and Gorgonzola cheese - we're full and the fridge is almost empty now!

Very early start tomorrow as our flight is at 9.45am. We've done all the research and I am loathed to pay 48 euro to reach the airport but is appears to be the safest and least stressful way, particularly with 2 kids that have ...