Erin & Rhys’ Top Fives of European Travel

top fives All of these top fives are in my opinion, you can take it or leave it … I would take it! We had a freaking ball! πŸ™‚ Top five places Santorini Athens Murren Bordeaux Granada Top five hotels/hostels or holiday rentals Rome – Roma Guest House Edinburgh – Grey Friars Attic Santorini –…

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Venice day Two

Day 53 30th August Todays plans were to see St Mark’s square, the basilica, Rialto Bridge, The Peggy Guggenheim Museum and a Gondola ride!Β The Guggenheim museum is closed on Tuesdays so there went that plan pretty quick, which is a shame but we kept on track for everything else. Rhys has had an obsession with…

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Rome – Day Six

Day Thirty-Seven While we have been in Rome we have been watching the TV series Rome at night to get a little bit of background information! Also because we are TV addicts and it was in the apartment, in English so we couldn’t resist. I would definitely say it has enhanced our experience here! Also…

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Rome – Day Five

Day Thirty-Six Today is the day to explore the Vatican Museums. This was not part of our Roma pass as the Vatican is actually classed as a separate country, the smallest in the world in fact. If you didn’t know this already theres a little trivia for you! A city of about 1000 people. The…

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Rome – Day Four

Day Thirty-Five In the morning I made some carbonara so that we had full bellies before a big day of exploring. (other pics of food made on other days) Today we went to explore the Colosseum we bought a Roma Pass which I highly recommend, you get your first two attractions free, free transport and…

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Rome – Day Three

Day Thirty-Four After a nice breakfast in the morning and some home made italian coffee, made in a real italian coffee maker, we walked down past the Vatican again and headed to the main part of Rome. As we walked over the bridge there were love locks all over the bridge, which is a custom…

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Rome – Day Two

Day Thirty-Three Our first day here we caught up with washing and we went to the supermarket to do Rhys’ 100 euro quickie bag so he can pick ingredients for me to cook him meals throughout the week. The fresh produce in Italy is pretty great! You can get quite a lot for 100 euro!…

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