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... br> In the morning, we strained ourselves to wake up and go for a nice run up the curving mountainous roads to the top, looking out over the beautiful city, pointing out spots we were the previous night. We both said how sad it was to leave, less than 24 hours was far too little to stay in this heaven, but then again it's better than nothing. We were so thankful to have been there and we took in as much as we could!
Of course, though, nothing's perfect. As the city ...
... Going to Rome when the students from the Model Experimental High School from Patras are there... Anyway, ignoring the rudeness of this man :p , our bus tour was amazing. We got to see many famous landmarks of Rome such as the Spanish Steps, the Monument of Vittorio Emmanuel ll and many others. I was very impressed of the breathtaking statues that decorated the fountains in most of the squares. When describing a trip to Rome, you are bound ...
to use was jammed. I wondered why she was so helpful because she did not seem to have any ID around her neck. Her reasons soon became apparent when she smiled sweetly and held out her hand! I gave her a Euro, if not just for the fact that she was so smooth but also
because she was actually helpful!
The “express” train to the airport laboriously trundled its way along under the
Italian sun and the ...
... food (tatziki! YUM), and the people we met! We visited the Acropolis the next morning and I have to admit.. We've seen way better ruins. It's just not the same with all the restoration and construction scaffolding all over the place. The view of the city was definitely cool to see and the grounds of the whole ancient city were beautiful, but I enjoyed Ephesus much more. We rushed to the airport right afterwards and caught our flight to Rome! But I'll save that for a new entry ...
... outside try sell us an escorted tour in the most aggressive and rude way ever. So Sean, where ever you are, you’re right, it would’ve been worth getting a tour, but there’s no way I would go with you!
After the Forum, with its ancient ruins, we headed to the Coliseum. This was a massive highlight, literally, and didn’t disappoint. The sheer size of it boggles the mind but more than that it’s the mindset of the ancient Romans. Coming ...