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... chapel. Although I've seen it before I don't think you quite get over how amazing it really is inside. The chapel was built in 1481. The paintings on the walls were done by a number of Renaissance artists and depict the life of Moses. Michelangelo then completed the amazing alfresco on the ceiling and the far wall. He spent four years completing the ceiling, spending most of his time on his back which ...
... lake - Lago Albano. It is a quaint little town set up on the hill (as they all are) to give a good vantage spot.
We were shown the residence of the Pope and then we had time to take some photos of the lake and wander around the shops for about 20 minutes. Glenys and I bought a coffee and stood and drank it as the locals do. It is much cheaper to do it this way and as they don't drink their coffee very ...
... over the altar. We rubbed the right foot of the bronze statue of St Pater for luck. Not sure it worked; had my wallet stolen the next day.
The climb to the top of the dome is one of those do it if you can things; 320 steps after the lift ride around and on a lean to reach the top with views over Rome.
After this full on tour and Vatican experience we walked to Campo Fiori; a market place during the day and restaurants and night life in the evening. ...
... looking forward to seeing the family. We had an easy immigration into New Zealand and were stoked to find our packs had arrived unharmed. Mum and Dad were waiting for us at arrivals and were obviusly pleased to be there to welcome us home. After a few stops on the way home, we were back on the coast and driving past all the beautiful beaches we had missed. The roads definitely seemed a lot quieter and we couldn't believe the few people that were out and about. We have become so used ...
... restaurants and ice cream shops which was lovely to watch the world go by but a nightmare if you're not a fan of pidgeons!
Tip 11 - Take the Metro
It's just like the London underground so no need to be scared. It actually would have been my preferred transport.
Tip 12 - Cross the road like a Roman!
I read it in a guide book that you should just walk out with purpose to cross the roads. However, I would not ...