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  Posted: May 7, 2012 2:00 AM FEED
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MEGA Hulkbuster! If I can buy this I would need a bigger apt!
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@OriginalFunko thanks for being at #NYCC this year!!!
Enjoying a Yeti size shaved frozen cream at @SnowdaysNYC!
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Happy Friday Gotham!
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Taste the rainbow!
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Thank you @darkrabbitx & @babekoala for the ice wine and starbucks mug from Canada!
Lunch in Sweden, flight delayed for 3 hours, now got 6 hours to wander around the Stockholm Airport!
Posted: Jun 6, 2015 8:52 PM
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Good bye Europe! It has been a wonderful adventure. *London was beautiful. I love the history throughout the city. Every location we visited were interesting and enjoyable. Getting to see the changing of the Queen's Guards and the traditions that is still kept within England was so nice. We will surely visit again! *Paris was very interesting. The city is very romantic and people are nice, but it is not the same as you see in movies. Watch out for the herds of pickpocketers and scammers. *Vatican City is very unique. It is both a city and a country. The Vatican museum is filled with artifacts and antiques from Egypt and Rome throughout many centuries. *Venice was such a stunning city. The scenery was breathtaking. Having lunch by the canal and watching gondolas pass under the bridge was so enjoyable. *Rome is full of history and it is so nice to be surrounded by all of the famous landmarks, artifacts and historic structures. It is so cool how we can take a ten-minute evening walk and end up at the Colosseum!

Where to next? And thank you all for following Batsy's travelogue! Hope you enjoyed it! 😊
Bridge to Tiber Island
Campo del Fiori Market
Castel Sant' Angelo spiral tunnel
You can see the Vatican!
The top of Castel Sant' Angelo, Saint Michael statue