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... of the Forum. We both felt like the Emperor walking down towards the viewing area – no kidding. The old Roman jewellery was also gorgeous. Everyone knows I have a real taste for antique looking jewellery so we were both disappointed when the museum shop had no decent jewellery for sale. The photos will indicate the marvelous stuff we saw today. Outside Rome ...
... introduced to the captain and some of the crew, most of whom were also volunteers. The goal for our day was to save a dolphin, tag and release it, also to get a small sample of blood from the dolphin to go towards research. As the day continued I saw a pod of dolphins that came up to the boat it was amazing!. This would be such ...
... 3000 years ago. The construction features "herringbone brick floors", windows between rooms, smoke vents in the ceiling and running water in the spring room. It is truly amazing what Roman architecture could construct in that time. Note: no photos from this church. Against the rules (as in some churches) except if you are a member of the German tour group ahead of us. They take photos at will, and we know you Germans can read picture ...
... for each other. One day I hope to put a padlock somewhere.
From there we walked to my 31st country - The Vatican. Being Wednesday, the Pope had addressed the people earlier in the morning. We had decided to avoid the St Peter's square in the morning because it would be packed with crowds of people. St Peter's Basilica is a magnificent building, which is where the remains of St Peter are buried. Even though the Pope had finished, there was still ...
... the supermarket! Very exciting but just what we felt like.
Tomorrow we won't be doing much before our flight. We need to check out, completely re-pack our bags with all our goodies to take home, then catch our shuttle to the airport and await our flight home. I'm not sure how it feels at home, but we can hardly believe our trip has come to an end and that within 48 hours we will be touching down on NZ soil.
We still have 1 more night though, so it's not over ...