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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... veggie burger served without bread, topped with julienned vegetables and served with lentils. Barry had a "real" hamburger!
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Up early for our private reserved tour of the Vatican. Nearly four hours through the Vatican Museum and St. Peter's. It was a memorable tour and we were glad we were a small group and were ahead of the crowds.
Lunch near the Colosseum was also memorable - as the worst meal of the trip - a disagreeable waiter ...
... and food, and finally people, though much later than it should be. In fact, we are queueing to board as the final boarding call is crackling over the airport PA speaker. Finally en route to Rome, we discover that Air Canada is not as bad as some reviews have made it out to be, but it could be better. Turns out that the entertainment system IS free after downloading the app, and they DO play movies on the main ...
... th birthday.
We had some fabulous days with the gorgeous Fee and Dave, who we met up with on our first day. It was so surreal being together in Rome! We had a great day exploring ancient Rome, the old forums, stunning piazzas like Piazza Navona, gazing in wonder from the terrace of the Vittorio Emmanuel (or as I like to call it the wedding cake building!) at all the marvels of Rome around us. Then of course the 2000 year old Pantheon. What a building. I could almost ...
... again. Kind of romantic to think these guys were here drinking Italian wine, sipping espressos and writing.
We made up over another yummy light lunch and coffee, and trundled on to discover the modern workings of ATM, which meant we could go and see an exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions, which we walked past about 2 hours before and only took cash. So from 8.30 now it is about ...
... the main train station), we had to hurry to buy our tickets to Rome, as the train was due to leave shortly! We originally wanted to buy the 2x Saturday tickets (buy one, get one free), but it wasn't available for purchase at the kiosks, and the line to speak to an actual person was too long. Therefore, we opted for the more expensive tickets through the kiosk and made it onto the train with about 5-10 minutes to spare!