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After a solid night sleep, I woke up at 7:30am. I got ready and packed my bags a little bit more. I decided that I had a little bit of time, so once again, I decided to head to the beach for a nice morning stroll. It was cloudy but so quiet with few people walking about. I spent about 15 minutes taking in the wonderful scenery before I headed back to the apartment. Once I got to the apartment, I finished packing my bags and I headed out to the train station. I purchased ...
... As I later learned in my Rome At Night Tour, the Pantheon is one of the best preserved buildings in Rome. Wouldn't it be nice if they built things like that these days? The doors were closed but the front was impressive. Each of the 24 granite columns weigh 5 tons each. Again, you have to wonder how they managed to build such a structure without modern technology. Not only that, how did they get the granite from Point A to Point B in order to build ...
... square with an approximate wait time of 2 hours. We then headed to the Vatican Museum and once again such long queues but not for us, we skipped the line and headed inside to go through the metal detectors and security, got our headsets and started our tour of the Museum.
Marie-Angela was our tour guide and told us a little of the history of how the Vatican State came to be, really interesting. In the late 1800's Rome was made up ...
... the Link Campus of Malta, and the UniversitÓ Campus Bio-Medico. Rome is also the location of two American Universities; The American University of Rome and John Cabot University as well as St. John's University branch campus, John Felice Rome Center, ...
... the biggest and most beautiful church in the world, and yes, it is, as you can see:
After visiting the basilica, I was starving, but Vatican Museums were closing at 4pm... they forced me to go there and see the Sixtine Chapel... In fact you could stay inside until 6pm, but not coming in after 4pm... so we were on ...