So today was Rome. We got there, around and back safely. Wow, how different Rome is from Naples. Naples had more grafitti, was dirtier and more chaotic, but I actually enjoyed the museum in Naples better than the Vatican Museum. I am not sure why, maybe I got museumed out or maybe it is because my feet were killing me, but I was so done by the time we got to the Raphael rooms and the Sistine Chapel. I also think I enjoy sculptures better than paintings. Also, those rooms were swarming with people, and the Naples museum was dead. Rome is not too hard to get around. We found the Pantheon fairly easily from the Forum and then caught a bus to St. Peter's. We were back on the bus by 6 with a quick stop for gelato on the way back from the train station. I can't wait to come back to Rome at some point to take my time with that city.
So far, the best experience with the people I have had was in Tunisia, The best experience with the language has been Italian (I am really catching on) and the favorite city is.... Barcelona. Weird. I did not expect that. It had a charm that just hasn't been topped yet. Tomorrow is Florence, and we are glad to not have to run around catching trains, even though we are paying for the pleasure. Til