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Einem kurzen Besuch im Vatikan, Rome, Italy

 
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added on 11th of June, 2009
Am 4. Tag wachte ich sehr spät auf. Alle waren schon wach. Mama und Flavia weckten mich. Danach frühstückten Mama, Peter und ich ohne die anderen, weil Caro und Flavia schon gegessen hatten.

Nach dem Frühstück gingen wir drei ins Vatikan Museum beim Peters Dom. Dort war es so schön. Da gab es Mumien und ganz viele Statuen. Alte, farbige Landkarten, Wandteppiche und ganz viele Bilder. Wir machten ganz viele Fotos.

Danach gingen wir ganz in der Nähe etwas essen. Wir gingen in die Pizza rustica. Da war es sehr schlecht. Die Lasagne war versalzen, ein Pizzastück hat 8€ gekostet und ein Getränk 3€. Eigentlich war alles teuer.

Nach dem Essen durfte Mama shoppen gehen und wir mussten leider mit kommen. Mindestens zweieinhalb Stunden waren wir unterwegs. Dann wollten wir in ein Cafe was trinken und wir gingen in die Hosteria Pizzaria. Aber da wollte uns niemand bediehnen und nach 20 Minuten gingen wir einfach weg.

Mit Caro machten wir dann aus, dass sie in der Pizzeria Tutto Pizza anrufen sollen undwas bestellen. Auf dem Weg würden wir die Sachen dann abhollen. So machten wir das und dann aßen wir zusammen so leckere Pizza. Dann schrieb ich noch einen Bericht und wir gingen ins Bett.
 

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4. Jun 4, 2009 Dinge zu sehen in Rom (Rome)
5. Jun 5, 2009 Einem kurzen Besuch im Vatikan (Rome)
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