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In keeping with our habit, we set off early again today. We had done some research about the Duomo last night and found that the free cathedral didn't open until 10am. However, the Cupola (dome) and bell tower opened at 8.30. We decided to buy tickets and visit the dome. We left a little later than planned but it all worked out well. We packed our bags and had some breakfast before leaving. We then walked just across the road to the ...
... that brings you everywhere you need to go.
The hostel staff was extremely welcoming. They wanted a copy of my passport when I checked in, but when I explained that mine was stolen, they told me they felt really bad about that and warned me to watch my bag as I left for the day.
In case you're wondering...I booked a private room with my own bathroom. It's very nice for a hostel, except that I can feel the springs through the ...
... both, although we have probably got the best of both too. And to compound my stupidity regarding the ridiculous flights choices to get here, my intentions having been that getting here early meant we could explore bits in the afternoon of our arrival, well of course we were too darn tired to do anything except try & find a supermarket to get some supplies & go to bed! And even this was a bit of a disaster, as ...
... in the fridge so hopefully we wouldn't get robbed in the back pocket when we paid. We were totally wrong and felt very deflated when we got the bill of our simple lunch of a panni each, bottle of coke and a sparkling water costing €47. The bottle of coke alone was €6 plus a service fee, that is roughly $10 Aussie currency. I appealed to the manager, he laughed off my ignorance at the prices so decided to do what all good Aussies would and told him how **** it ...
Caroline has been here before, but for the Wearn males it's the first time. Well, Rome certainly delivers. Airport was the total opposite of Singapore - a little chaotic in a good way and passport control that took a quick look at the front cover of one of of the four passports! Had the italian coffee experience waiting for shuttle - order and pay, move down the counter, pick up, drink and go. Great coffee and atmosphere. Drive ...
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