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Days 8 and 9: Rome, Italy

all seasons in one day 65 °F

Hello blog readers,

I am sorry for the skimpy and sometimes nonexistant posts recently. This is due to a lack of birds and a temporary camera malfunction.

Yesterday was devoted to sightseeing the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.

Today we toured the Vatican City and the Pantheon. Again, I sadly do not have any photos so in order to experience a much more in-depth rendition on the past few days, visit my family's blog:
http://gryphonglobetrotters.travellerspoint.com

Thanks and hopefully my camera issue will be solved by tomorrow when my family and I travel to Florence.

Stay tuned,
Henry
World Life List: (715 Species, 1 life bird: EURASIAN BLACKCAP)

Posted by skwclar 13:31 Archived in Italy

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Make sure to go inside to see the real David statue. There also tons of cool people buried in the churches. In the one large public place there are wonderful handmade Italian purses, great for mon. The land between Roma and Fierenzi is gorgeous, rolling hills and castles. I hope your camera is well, or I will send you one to use.

by Edward Vincent

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