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... tourist and what the take picture of lol we have started calling these celebrity animals, we have seen people take photo of pigeons, seagulls, cats and a crow, you name it tourist will take picture's of it. The history here is amazing and to think that these buildings are nearly 2000 yrs old, is crazy. It really is insane to think how old some of the buildings, statue's and works of art are. We got to walk around the Colosseum for a bit on our own ...
... before tackling day 2. In order to avoid the inevitable long lines at the Vatican I had learned from the internet that the best time to visit is around noon. Most of the early birds have already gone through and the lines don’t grow long again until the late afternoon when all of the cruise passengers start flowing in from Civitavecchia.
My research paid off and when I arrived at the impressive Plaza of St Peter the line to enter the Basilica ...
Today was dry and mostly sunny which was lovely. However, once outside, we sooned realised that the temperature was even colder than yesterday! We did some very brisk walking in an attempt to keep warm but this was made difficult by the fact that all the slush had frozen which made the ground very slippery underfoot.
Back across the Tiber we soon reached the Piazza del Populo. Crowds of people were milling around enjoying the sunshine. We ...
Hello Dear Friends
First, sorry for the deluge of blogs yesterday - I had received a couple of emails from you folks, letting me know the blogs weren't coming through. I managed to figure out why not, et Voila, you got 5 on one day.
Whew, it's been a busy day! We dropped off our laundry on the way to the Vatican - it's a great service in Italy, having your laundry washed and dried ...
... fits perfectly to create a magnificent city. Spending time here has been food for my soul and of course food for my tummy. I hope this is not my last time in Rome and I have the opportunity to come back many many times.
You can buy a daily, weekly or monthly pass that allows you to take unlimited times all busses and metro.
It is very easy to see all main attractions by foot as well.
A 24 hour ticket for the 100 ...