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Roma & Vatican City

We slept in a bit and got up around 10:30 a.m. The lady at our hostel told us that if we wanted to go to the Vatican we should go later in the afternoon, around 2ish, so there wouldn’t be as many people. 669 more words


I Bought a Lottery Ticket

Well so have many people, you say, so what’s the big deal?

The big deal is that I have already — virtually — spent my winnings many times over, and never actually bought a ticket before. 1,019 more words


From Manarola to Pisa to Rome...

July 1, 2014

Since the Cinque Terre region was known for its hiking, and we had only completed one hike given the rest of the coastal path was under construction due to the floods of 2011 and 2013, I opted for one last hike before we left this morning. 809 more words


5 day trip @Rome (last part III)

On a crappy ‘working’ day like that, the only way out of my miserable working thoughts seems to be writing; writing about a nice trip, to bring back happy memories and the smile i somehow miss this day.. 1,457 more words


Lost in Rome

“I’m kind of worried,” said Deborah, scanning Piazza Navona one more time. “She’s like two hours late.”

“I’m sure she’ll be fine,” Omar reassured her. The newlyweds watched the crowd shift and change around the elaborate water fountain with the mini-Washington monument and creepy drowning horse sticking up out of the middle. 1,856 more words


Piazza Navona

3rd July 2013, Rome

I found Rome a little too overwhelming with so many sites and tourist attractions to visit, long queues, the scorching sun and buzzing tourists. 458 more words