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... We went back to the hotel room where I blogged for a bit and Brittany had a quick little siesta.
Once early afternoon had rolled around we decided to head out for lunch to a local restaurant that Brittany had again, found on Trip Advisor. It was pretty good and we ended up getting fish and chips.
After lunch it started to down pour rain with thunder and lightening. We decided to stick it out as we had ...
... and the Spanish Steps that afternoon and night. Our feet were walked off us!
Heaps of people here, especially around the major attractions. Could not even get close to the Trevi Fountain to take a photo as it is about 5 people deep all around it. But it thins out around the town, so all us tourists have some breathing space.
... and millions of people have taken communion from that alter not to mention St. Peter's is the spiritual hub for 1.2 billion Catholics around the world. Amen-ah! Got the shuttle back home even though I didn't have a ticket. Made a song and dance about searching for my non existent ticket and he said don't worry. Yessss! Met up with my laundry friend for dinner then we had chats then I went to pack and go to bed. Florence ...
... was so nice and I was sad I had to leave Biggin Hill soon.
At the terminal, Jerry, who learned about my trip from Sky News, greeted me. He came out just to say hello. Jerry and I talked for a while and when it was time to go over to Falcon flying services he gave me a ride in his car. Jerry was an extremely nice guy and was just interested in my trip.
When I got to Falcon, I was very pleased with ...
... After picking my jaw up and spinning my head back on straight we came to the most amazing thing I had seen up to this point in Italy. We were looking out over the hill to the huge expanse of the Italian countryside. It is a completely mind blowing view; probably 100 miles in each direction can be seen from this one point. My mind is racing now just thinking about it.
I again had to pick my jaw up and get back to the buses in order ...