Veio Residence Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... town for a couple of hours under grey skies, prepared for showers which did not eventuate and we're back on board soon after 11.
We went to lunch about 1ish after trying out the lawn bowls on deck 11. At breakfast we had met an English couple who had recently celebrated a 60th anniversary. They looked amazingly young and it turns out they were 18 and 21, just like us when we first married. They were very interesting to talk to as unlike most of the others ...
Tourists were still stopping to throw coins into the empty fountain (much to the workers' disgust) as the security staff tried unsuccessfully to keep people moving along the platform.
I guess it means that unlike people who have SEEN the Fontana di Trevi I can say I walked in it.
The funniest thing was a small pond that had been set up in front of the fountain. Behind it was a photo of what the Trevi Fountain looks like when not covered in scaffolding.
... host was wonderfully uneventful--baggage, yes! SIT bus, yes! Wonderful host named Fabio who speaks adorable broken-English, yes! Now, while we wanted nothing more than to crawl into bed and sleep when we got here, we resisted the urge. Oh, jet lag! Now, here's the kicker: Hubs and I had booked Vatican tickets for today. The reason for this was two-fold: - the lines at the Vatican are CRAZY and booking online lets you skip the line - today is the ...
... St Marks Basilica and the bridge of sighs, where prisoners were said to walk through and see a small hole in the wall which would cause a sigh. My favourite part of venice was the Venitian Mask Shops. With Carnevarle being held a mere week prior to arrival, the shops held beuaitful masks in all shapes, colours and sizes. If you are lucky enough to go in, some store holders will dress you up and show you how a traditional carnivale ...
... sports arena to the Romans and Pope's palace, then lunch (really good pizza, bruschetta, and pasta), then, at last, the Vatican, the museums, the Sistine chapel, Basilica of St. Peter, St. Peter's square. We believe Ken is still looking for the Pope.
Tomorrow we board our temporary home for the next 28 days. If the ship WiFi cooperates I will post pics. We continue to be amazed at what our travels hold for us.
I believe even ...