Bed a San Pietro Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... then St. Peter's Basilica. The line was a lot shorter than any of us expected (we thought three hours and got about half an hour), and the inside was unbelievable. There was completely marvelous marble flooring and beautiful walls, not to mention all the sculptures and paintings. We took the elevator to the top and got a glorious view of the church, then climbed the steps even higher to the top of the dome. Walking the steps, the walls became slanted as we entered the dome, and ...
With day 1 being less than impressive, we thought we'd keep our expectations low and simple, so we'd do some Vatican stuff and then work things out from there. The required bus was now in a known spot, and we also heard an interesting piece of info that could have been helpful yesterday. We were trying to catch said bus at stop 7 on the 12 stop route, but guess what? It doesn't stop there at all. Pointing lady from yesterday will hopefully be able to sleep at night, ...
... I had only my sense of direction to rely on.
Eventually, I found my way to St. Peter’s – driving by nearly all the main sites in Rome on the way. Coincidentally, I think the only attraction I didn’t get to see was the Colosseum on my side trip. I saw a bunch of stuff that I’m still looking up and trying to trace my path of exactly where I went around Rome. That would make for an interesting zigzag pattern.
Once at San Pietro, I found my way ...
... of pales in comparison. Truly, we’ve seen so much unbelievable art that I feel very hard to impress at this point! We walked nearby to a very large Egyptian obelisk that was brought to the city from Heliopolis during Augustus’ reign. The coolest thing about it, other than being awesome and huge in its own right, is that it is very much like the one we saw in Istanbul at the Hippodrome. (You might remember it from my Day 2 ...
... paintings. It was as though they told a story with every painting. It was just... Wow. I took a moment to say a prayer and we continued. We walked through various souvenir shops, I stopped and bought some souvenirs. Before we knew it, it was lunch time and we were starving. But due to our experience the last time we came to the Vatican, we didn't want to eat at any of the restaurants or cafes there. So we decided ...