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Travel Blogs from Trevignano Romano
... His teaching today talked about how we have to Christ to others (how
fitting to hear that message after retreat)
The Vatican museum was also a memorable experience, getting
a glimpse of history of all the Popes. The Sistine Chapel was everything I
imagined it to be.
The line to get in to St. Peter’s Basilica weaved at least a
kilometer from the entrance. I was slightly tempted not to wait, but I was ...
... drove by (don't think for one minute my family didn't tell me how impressed they were!). I picked a terminal and off we went. We found the drop off, they ordered us a taxi and we headed to our hotel.
We had a nice driver, as far as cab drivers go. His control of the gas pedal left a little bit to be desired; gas, off, gas, off, gas, off. I thought for sure I was going to be dealing with 2 car sick family members in the backseat when we got there, but they were ...
... We went through the pine cone courtyard and the Sistine Chapel before continuing on to St. Peter's basilica. We saw the courtyard where the pope addresses the people and where masses are held.
After over three hours of walking we were given free time to buy souvenirs (or scarves) and lunch before returning to our coach. We then were taken over to the Colosseum where we again walked past the lineup and were taken ...
... and their culture. Our first stop was the Trevi Fountain, about another thousand other tourists were there too. Nevertheless we managed to take a few pictures. Threw two coins into the fountain. First wish was the return to Rome again. Second wish was to wish for another thousand wishes J Later on we split up as the girls of the wedding decided to have a girls’ only shopping day. Men were only need to carry the shopping bags at the ...
... Raphael rooms, where his most famous paintings are – The School of Athens and a few others all in one particular room. Also, the Sistine Chapel is simply breathtaking – an absolute sensory overload with Michelangelo's paintings everywhere. Genesis is painted in this chapel, and it was just beautiful.
We had a picnic lunch and then headed over to St. Peter`s Chapel, which is the largest church in the ...