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Interestingly Raphael died at the age of 37 of "too much sex" god knows what it was but he developed a fever after a huge session with his mistress and the drs ‘bled’ him but he bled out. Michelangelo lived to about 80, a long life in his day.
Michelangelo signed off on his painting of the Sistine chapel as Michelangelo-Sculpture (highlighting a painter he was not:))
We then headed into St Peters Basilica, the largest church ...
Today is the final full day before we leave Rome. Late start to the day went via the post office and posted a box back to aust $33 later and 45 mins then we headed off via the underground to Trevi fountain. Confrontation with 2 young female pickpockets on the station who were stopped in the process of performing their Job! Trevi fountain - this fountain is gorgeous, you can sit on the benches and watch the fountain and the people as it was very crowded. Very interesting area with plenty ...
I'm finally here!!! It feels so strange to wake up to palm trees and Italian sounds (strange police sirens, people yelling in Italian... the usual). The plane ride was a cumulation of excitement, fear, nerves, broken attempts at sleep, wine and an introduction to Italian cuisine... Alitalia style. It is so hot and palm trees are everywhere! We have had orientation activities ...
... br> Very importantly, we stopped in at a pizza place and tried some real Italian pizza. OK, it wasn't baked in a stone oven, but it was different than what we're used to and nice, and as we were so hungry, it was perfect. We plan to keep on the hunt for that stone oven! We also tried the local gelato -- so deliciously wonderful!
It was a great and full day in Rome, and we really needed a good rest to prepare us for another day of exploring tomorrow.