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Travel Blogs from Rome
... br> Robert
Well its our last day in Rome and we have a busy itinerary. Robyn spent the time before breakfast putting together a route for the day which lasted precisely until we left the room. First stop for the day became Palatine Hill, the birthplace of Rome. First fail of the day - the Roma card only allows single entry into a museum and we have already used it to walk around the Roman Forum which shares an entry with the hill. So we ended up having to ...
... surprised but keep talking into there sleeve like how secret agents do on tv. The girls with me looked super scared and when the guys left they were laughing so I just flicked them off! Stupid ********! I also had some more pizza today and it was amazing! I really might have this like everyday haha. Thats about the most eventful **** that happened that day, oh and free gelato!
Today I spent the majority of the time with the girls at the flea market! I ...
... me how to work everything, including the washer, and the locks on both doors, before she left. First thing I did was unpack and start a load of laundry! There is no dryer but I was able to bring the rack in from out on the landing (too public for me!) and fit it inside the window. The window looks out on a narrow street with cars parked on both sides; I’m up high enough though that I only see the tops of the people’s heads (if I’m standing up) as they walk ...
... houses. It was interesting seeing the places that we had read about, and it wasn't difficult to imagine what life was like in those days. Our tour guide was named Maximilian, which seemed really appropriate. We managed to spend most of the day here. By the time we hopped on the bus we were feeling too tired to hop off again. It was quite warm and we had spent most of the ...
... included a flat roof painted to look vaulted (I tried but really couldn't tell it was flat!); and a tapestry where Christ's eyes/body follow you as you walk by. We finished with a visit to the Sistine Chapel. Now I've heard some people say this famous attraction "ain't all that". Well they're wrong. First of all, the Big M painted this massive roof standing up and reaching above his head (not lying down as commonly believed). Second, it's a giant fresco - which means he ...
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