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... was a grumpy kind of guy who did not always get along with Pope Julius. With a task like that one, I think anyone would have been a little grumpy!
The side walls in the room depict scenes from the Old Testament and the New Testament. As you can imagine, the room is an amazing experience with everyone quietly engrossed over the detailed frescos....people looking up and sideways and trying to do so as quietly as they possibly can. Every 7 or 8 minutes ...
... this was just the closest metro station to it so that what they called it.. Walking... No wonder shoes are big business in Italy. I asked someone where St. Peter's square was .. "Just keep walking and follow the wall" .. This turned out to be accurate advice, we just kept walking and followed the wall for what seemed like half an hour, then suddenly out no where, the it loomed, a huge open area, surrounded by magnificent buildings, the opulence was breathtaking, and ...
... religious, historical, and architectural reasons it by itself justifies a journey to Rome, and its interior offers a palimpsest of artistic styles at their best..."St. Peter's has been described as "an ornament of the earth ... the sublime of the beautiful."
The Sistine Chapel is the site of the Papal conclave, the process by which a new Pope is selected. The fame of the Sistine Chapel lies mainly in the frescos that decorate the interior, and most particularly ...
... After our tour ended, we decided it was just to hot to do anything but have a sit-down lunch, then head back to the hotel for a bit, after, we had a look at the Forum. The Roman Forum was like a mix between the Parliament building, and Cuba street. So basically it was where people from different parts of Rome met up to party, or discuss politics. After wandering through the Forum (and taking another toilet break cough Becky cough!) we went to a nice ...
We visited a great little spot for lunch called iL Corallo. The pizza was incredible. Of course, Tessa, our pasta expert, had penne and it was delicious. The weather in Rome is very hot and humid right now. We are worn out today.
Dinner was a feast of fresh fish, fresh pasta and of course red wine. We then went to the Trevi Fountain to meet some friends, but we were unable to connect with them. Hopefully tomorrow.