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This was the beginning of my trip to South America and only had 24 hours to see this beautiful City as it was my stop over. Unfortunately 24 hours is never enough but tried my best to see alot of sights. I spent alot of time queuing to get to the Vatican and it was really amazing. My highlight in the Vatican was the Sistine chapel. That was really …
... The barber starts on Clint first.
Clint asked him for a number 4 all over, he refused and gestured for him to trust him.
At one stage we thought Clint was going to end up looking like Beaker from the muppets.
Meg and I got the giggles and had to pretend we were laughing at Lily.He was trimmed, shaved, washed, blow dried, oiled and then offered a beard shave. He of course said 'yes'. So out came the long blade and hot ...
... all the "buffet" is. Pizzas, cheese, meats, bruschetta...and countless other amazing looking dishes. Now what!! Do we go for the aperitivo or just the pasta? Screw it...we want pasta. It's now 7:45...close enough to dinner, right? We tell the waiter what we'd like...he looks taken aback...you can hear him thinking "Did they just really order that???". Then ...
... I was last in Rome in 1997 and some things have changed over the past 17 years. In 2000 they completely changed the Vatican Museum and created a large new entry building and moved things around and made everything more accessible to tourists. I saw new things on this tour and went to areas that I had not previously been. The tour was three and a half hours but the last half hour was not fun as we finished in the Sistine ...
... had told us about (Palazzo Valentini). These were recently discovered underground, and she said they were amazing and beautiful. However, when we arrived, the only space left was for an Italian tour. We decided not to go, as neither of us speak Italian. Next time in Rome, however, we’d both like to explore more of "underground" Rome. Just like Athens, it’s so easy to forget that there is another entire city below the ground you are walking on.