Beautiful city with a mix of historical and modern buildings. Colloseum was in fact da bomb.
Getting to Vatican City took us a mere 15 minutes from where we stayed. I think that was the shortest journey I have taken from one country to another.
Small, pleasant town with byk org tua. From there we took a train to Pisa to view the leaning tower.
Canals are nice and surprisingly not that smelly butttt the tiny lanes and corners make this town such a headache to get around by. No point getting a map of Venice, you just have to follow your instinct and the canals.
Attractions (and shopping) are very much centralised so apart from the central stations, Milan is pretty much boring. Of course if you had a suitcase full of money and another empty one to fill with designer goodies, then Milan is shoppers' paradise.
With 5 nights in Paris we explored the most we could but still missed out on lots of interesting places.
Moulin Rouge took up one night. A cabaret of mostly topless women was worth the 90 Euros.
LV flagship store was huge but so little time and most importantly so little money.