Agriturismo Borgo di Tragliata
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... and it is super tiring. But definitely worth doing - you can get a tour outside of the walls for anywhere between €30-€50 which allows you to skip the queue (averages 2-3 hours wait time). Otherwise you pay €21 for standard entry. Just blag it and say you're a student, sweet talk the guys and you'll get a discount. Everywhere in Rome is so easy to get to by Metro, or you can walk it - again, beware, it seems closer than it really is. ...
... should say… If you want to audition for F1 racing team. WOW! We will get to that shortly!!
So our destination was set. We were leaving Rome and heading towards Positano on the Amalfi Coast. We had two stops we hoped to make today if we had time. First on the list was Montecassino. War buffs and students who were paying attention in history class will know that this was the scene of an important battle in World War ...
Today we made our way to Rome from Naples. Rome also looks a little rough and we picked the absolute worst time to visit, there are people absolutely everywhere. It's hard to even get around with all the bodies everywhere, but we were still able to walk the historic area and see lots of nice landmarks. He fountain of trevi, the pantheon, a few piazza parks with ancient ruins, and even ...
... a quick email, Andy's boss, Keith has agreed to pick it up for me. Thanks so much Keith.
Now we can get back to Rome. I seem to be in need of clothes so we went shopping in the Trident area, near the Spanish Steps. We didn't go to the steps, been there done that - we had shopping to do. I'm hoping my travel credit card insurance will pick up some of the coat as they offer $100 a day for lost bag coverage, up to 3 days. Anyways, I shopped but ...
... and this door is to signify entering the church of salvation. Within the church is the burial place of Pope John Paul the second. There were a lot of amazing sculptures within the church that to write about just the ones we saw would literally be a short novel. Even the floor has a story to it. There are markers within the church to compare the size of this one to others. Due to its size the church took over 150 years to build. Once we were outside in the square we saw ...