More amazing weather to start today. We had a continental breaky, which we are a little over by now, then went to catch the local bus into town with the group. 48 is a big number to get on a local bus already pretty full but we managed. It was then a short ride in the metro before we arrived at the Spanish steps. Here we were met by a local guide who whisked us through the important sites in the centre of Rome before leaving us at my favourite of all our places we've ever been to, The Colliseum. A small group of us headed off for a good cheap feed of Lasagna before returning an hour later to meet the rest of the group. We then jumped the metro again to head to Vatican City. On the way we watched some 13 year old pickpockets working. Kez & I gave them a piece of our mind, not that they really cared. Arriving at VC we wanted to see the museum. We had done it last time in Rome but paid for a guided tour then. We were whisked through and didn't get to really enjoy it. It was an option to go with the rest of the group which skipped the entry line, but it was €39 each. We thought we would chance just getting in ourselves. Sure enough we headed in and lined up, for all of 3 minutes. We paid €16 each and we were in. Big win for us. Kezia came along and we had a great afternoon where we could enjoy the museum at our pace, culminating in 30 mins in the Sistine Chapel. From there it was in to St Peters before returning to the central train station on our way home. Here we hired a car and drove back to the camp where we organised a couple of the boys to join us 3 in a road trip tomorrow.