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... hit the pool. As you can imagine, we had the boat just about to ourselves since everyone got off and went to Rome. It was about the most boring day ever, but in a good way. We watched cars 2, wreck it Ralph, toy story (en espanol), and tangled on the funnel vision. I finished all but a chapter of my book (what Alice forgot, very good). The boys played in the arcade, swam, rode the aqua dunk a million times, ate lunch, got ice ...
... carriage, she then disappeared, phew!!
We arrived safely in Rome where we looked for help to sort out our ticket dilemma but there was no info booth or anyone around who seemed even a little bit interested so we left and headed to the colosseum by foot.
It should be noted that there have been huge crowds everywhere we go and today would be no exception. The pope was having a big day at the Vatican as he was canonising 2 ex popes, not that we were planning ...
Arrive at Citivecchia at 8:00AM with Del & Alex taking the local shuttle into town and the railway station from where they travelled into Rome on the local express for 13 euro each. Much cheaper than the 28 euro offered by local hawkers at the port.
The train ride into Rome was uneventful and took about1 hour and 10 minutes. Got off the train at ...
... and evidently all over our food, after giving up on food we located our meeting spot for the afternoon Viator tour.
Once all guests had arrived we swiftly lined up for our entrance into the Colosseum. With pre-purchased tickets we avoided the queues and managed to get it quickly. The air seemed to cool within the gigantic walls of this battleground. As we continued into the belly of the beast our guide was explaining to us about the progression of ...
... The detail and realism of the sculptures are just fantastic to see. The museum is located within the Borghese Park which is a great and large green space located within Rome. I would highly recommend this museum.
Finally, we had a very late lunch at a little pizza place in the Trident area. It was the best pizza we’ve had so far - great crunchy crust and simple topping of cheese and half cut cherry tomatoes and lots of olive oil to make it shimmer in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunbay Park Hotel Civitavecchia
Nice clean rooms. Upgraded to Oceanview. Had a wonderful dinner with our friends Ed and MJ. Fur course meal with a fabulous Mille fiore desert.
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