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... amp; contains a fountain by Bernini. We are tired of walking so end up eating pasta a bit over priced with a view of the fountain. Spaghetti & meatballs for me & carbonara for Grant. After paying the bill I discover they have the chocolate dessert balls. So I try one. Overrated but still nice. We find the train back to the station closest to our hotel & stagger with heat & exhaustion back to our room. Blisters are killing me. So nice to have an air conditioned ...
Today marks the half way mark of our trip. It's gone fast yet feels like a while since we left. Let's start from the end of our day today walking through the streets of Rome. Sore feet and exhausted, but what a city! Now back to the start of the day. We slept ok although it cooled significantly during the night so we all woke at some stage quite cold. Lib was kept awake listening to the disco and the various species of birds tweeting from 4am. I am quite fond of the cuckoo ...
... gatherings and decision making. While the Sistine Chapel was the main reason for our visit to the Vatican Museums, there were a ton of amazing things to see.
In St. Peter's we were also able to make it down to the grottoes. It is the level below the main floor, and is host to the final resting place of many Popes, with a view of the sarcophagus of St. Peter. Vatican City and the basilica are built upon the place that ...
... 1 cent Canadian, 10 cents Bolivian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 5
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Wandering around Rome
After having breakfast at the hotel we started our day at the Vatican. We walked the plaza and took tons of pictures. We had a tour guide who talked our ears off with information. Like how technically the Vatican city is a different country and facts about the Pope and all that. It was all really interesting but I'm a lot more interested in the architecture. So the Vatican, or St. Peters Church which is the actual name of the church, is the biggest church in the world. It was ...