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Today, the sun came out. We are camped just outside the city and the campsite does a shuttle bus to the railway station at Prima Porta. The centre of Rome is 20 minutes away by train. We have tried to be sensible and not see too much in one day so the plan today was to see the Coliseum, Roman Forum and Palatino. They are all in the same area and accessed by one ticket. It's a lot of history, starting from the ...
... off the hangover. During the morning I had been in contact with Adam through Viber, to organise catching up in the afternoon to do a little site seeing. So it wasn't till about 1.30pm that we started moving. We got ready and went to have a quick lunch in Piazza Campo De Fioro. We went to a restaurant that could give us a table, as most of the places were full at 2pm. So we ordered a pizza and a couple of cokes. After lunch was ...
... we missed a shoe shop. They either had nothing that I liked, nothing that I could afford, or if I liked it and could afford it they didn’t have my size. This is why I hate shopping!
In the end I simply gave up and we returned to the hotel for drinks with our lovely view before another dinner at Hostaria al Pantheon, next door. This time we ate Scaloppini al Vino, ...
... jackets if it's going to rain all day. We walk back to our hotel to get them & back to the meeting point. I booked skip the line tickets to the Vatican museum & Sistine chapel online last night. They were emailed to me this morning so the hotel manager printed them out for me when we went back to get our jackets. I had my phone on expecting them but could only check where wifi is available, hence in the reception area of the hotel. I then discover we need ID ...
... in the city of Rome who contributed to many Cathedrals, Basilicas, and churches. Wherever they made a donation, you will find the family crest with the 3 bees in it.
After the gallery visit, we visited the Spanish Steps. Right next door to the Steps, are: Babbington tea room on one side and Keats & Shelly house on ...