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... tickets from the self-service ticket machine in the main hall of Termini the day before.
I had read that train tickets in Rome need to be 'validated' before getting onto the train by using the small machine at the beginning of the platform, a yellow box marked 'Convalida' (otherwise huge fines) however, as it happened when I asked, my self-service tickets did not require this to Naples (the Pompeii ...
... will just have to wait. OR….go to the self-service ticket machine. Which is our choice. Um, No…..don’t try to do it in Italian, because you want to practice…..GET THE DAMNED TICKET AND LET’S GO! Ticket calmly acquired.
Back to Piazza Spagna and maybe a little shopping…..after a shower, change and a sinus drain. Now my voice has become silent. MUCH to Christopher’s relief.
Today we went to Vatican City. We first woke up and ate breakfast. Then we hopped on the metro and headed toward Vatican City. We went to the Vatican and explored the museum. We walked around for a few hours exploring all the artifacts ranging from ancient statues to large baths. Thee mums as very cool and all things related to the Roman Empire. We grabbed a snack halfway through the day and then went to the gift shop. Then we walked to St. ...
... creme caramel. That was yummy. Me and louis decided and we thought that it was our yummiest ice cream so far. Then we sat down. We said two scoops but we were lucky that they gave us 4. Then we went home and went in the pool. Home for a rest and out to dinner tonight. Back for more tomorrow. Blog Free Day tomorrow. More on Saturday. Love to all. Ciao. Xx A Draught Of Sunshine. John Keats. Hence Burgundy, Claret, and Port, Away with old Hock and madeira, Too earthly ye are for my ...
... I don't think our tour manager was too pleased with me either!
Today was started off with a walking tour of the Roman Forum, this place blew my mind so much history in such a small area. I couldn't believe that close to a million people lived in and around that small square! The building fascinated me the most with part of one being over 200,000 years old as Michel Angelo refused to knock it down. The house of the ruler also was extremely interesting ...