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... and fluent in English. When asked how many wifi devices we wanted to use, we were a little embarrassed to answer, "four." Our room wasn't ready so early in the day, so we dropped off our bags and headed out into the city. I wish I could describe Rome, but there is no way to do it justice. The entire city is awash in beautiful buildings, Renaissance churches, Greek and Roman ruins, and gelateria. You can't walk more than a few blocks without finding ...
... should catch a taxi, but mum said that we were already wet and the train station is just a few blocks away so we just walked. Once we got to the train station we were all a bit hungry because we didn't have any breakfast, so we just got some McDonald's which didn't sell any breakfast food so I got some nuggets and mum and dad got a burger and we also got a bottle of water and finished it within 5 minutes to get the awful McDonald's taste out of our mouths. ...
I couldn't contain my excitement, I was full of wander bliss to be back in Rome. I love walking around the ancient ruins and soaking in the vibe.
It felt like I was walking around in 2000BC, with the dusty yellow tinge of majority of the monuments and buildings.
Although there was quite a bit of scaffolding happening around - it was good to see that they are taking care of what is a big part of Italy and history. Walked around the main sites at night with ...
... north from Naples to Ardea was nothing if not interesting. The weather had changed back to overcast and that morning gave us the added fun of gale-force winds, gusting up to 150 kmh. Driving on the highways was a little tricky and it paid to stay in the centre of the three lanes so that you weren’t being confronted [as much] by/had more time to avoid fallen trees, flying signs, etc. When diverting off the highway to visit towns, however, the ...
... biking and walking along. Bought our tickets for the 11:30am tour and waited with the crowd. The catacombs close between 12:00pm and 2:30pm, so make sure that you don't show up over lunch time expecting a tour. Once 11:3am rolled around they split us into groups depending on what language you spoke. English, unfortunately, was what the majority spoke. We made our way underground and instantly come across tombs. Here are the basic facts. The catacombs were started in early BC, ...