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Saturday 25th April
Let's hope all our Defence forces personal had a very special day today.
Our breakfast at the B&B commences at 7.30am. We have a nice breakfast and leave our accommodation. We go to the tobacconist to purchase tickets for our return trip on the Metro train to the Vatican.
The tickets cost 1.5 euro and you can travel (1) stop or to the end of the line for the same ...
... of money for the constructions of grandiose basilicas, palaces, piazzas and public buildings in general. Rome became one of Europe's major centres of Renaissance artwork, second only to Florence, and able to compare to other major cities and cultural centres, such ...
... him!) The Palatine Hill and Roman Forum were next. We wound our way around, once again trying to envision what ancient Rome looked like, answering the kids’ questions the best we could. The kids loved the fountain in the Farnese Gardens, and once again posed for too many pictures.
Like the Colosseum, we were oh-so-happy that we had purchased our Vatican tickets online ahead of time. The early morning line already stretched for ...
... drivers in Rome are suicidal, but again (fortunately) we arrived in one piece. Even at this early hour there were a huge amount of tours heading in & apparently the Vatican can witness crowds of up to 25,000 in a day so we were happy with the early start. Our group consisted of a mixture of people doing an abbreviated tour (including us) and some others doing the works. We had all been of the opinion that we wanted to visit the Vatican but with none of ...
... disappointment with the Augustus Mausoleum (that I originally went to see and found Ara Pacis) is that no work has been done to restore it and it sits behind a high black fence with no plaques that I could see.
Do take a look at this video I found on Ara Pacis - it really tells the story of the building well and shows the detail of the panels and what it depicts.