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... were carved through tuff, a soft volcanic rock, outside the boundaries of the city, because Roman law forbade burial places within city limits. Currently maintenance of the catacombs is in the hands of the Papacy which has invested in the Salesians of Don Bosco ...
... Several people tried to sell us guided visits inside, with no queue, in Spanish, with different prizes... we tried to ignore them... was hard... but we finally managed to get into the Vatican, after passing the security and “decency” control at the entrance... once inside we went to get tickets, they were more expensive, but included more things I guess... my friends were happy enough when they ...
... a scoop of melon and experienced heaven on a cone! This one may have been the best - they're all so different, so hard to choose. The approach to Montepulciano is straight up the mountain on cobblestone road. All these little towns have limited access for cars. Some of it depends on the time of day, the width of the road, or seemingly who really needs to go where. You're never really sure what you can and can't get by with. Back to that rules thing. The lanes in this ...
... that seems to be the best way to see Venice! We ended up at the botanical gardens, which is a really nice green space in a city that is severely lacking in such things. Lunch was at a restaurant looking out over the grand canal – great people/boat watching opportunities. That evening we took the waterbus to the airport, where we flew to Nice.
So, that’s the Italy part done! Sorry it’s taken so long, spare time is ...
... So we decided to walk to an area called Travestere and get lunch. We both got a lasagna which was delicious and then walked back to the Coliseum metro to go back to the hostel. Later we went out to dinner at another nice restaurant nearby. We took a recommendation from a local at the hostel to check out the Irish Pubs so we headed to one for a little and then went to bed. We had to wake up early because we had an early train to Florence the next morning.