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... trip so far. We also did a walking tour of the Vatican City which was amazing to see up close. Half of the group left us in Rome as they only signed up to do London - Rome which was sad to say goodbye as we had gotten close to quite a few of them. We are now the only couple on the trip and only 5 girls out of 16! It is good having a smaller group though, things get done faster. We had a cross dressing party which was interesting. We met up with Dan Peters as ...
... in St. Peter's Square. The nun told us to arrive no later than 6:30 am for the 10:30 audience! Our hotel is only a 10 minute walk to the Vatican so we dutifully arose early, skipped the hotel breakfast and walked to the Vatican. A line had already formed by the time we had arrived! Roman lines are not orderly, single file, wait your place lines. They are like Roman time, fluid and never the same. Line, in fact, is the wrong word to use. It is more like a group with ...
We made our way up Palatine hill for extraordinary views of Rome. The sun was starting to go down a bit and the shadows and lights made the Roman Forum look spooky and the ancient ruins more sacred.
A must stop for me in Rome was the Capuchin Crypts, so we caught a bus to them. They were still open for a few more hours so we missioned it to the Pantheon to get few photos with the light. We also had a quick break to scoff pizza from the same place as ...
... The room is illuminated only by the natural light coming in through the windows so it is somewhat dim. Because there aren't a lot of people in there I could sit on a bench and view the ceiling easily. No photography is allowed and no talking. We then return back through the museum which was a little disappointing. After seeing the Louvre, British Museum, the Academia ...
... and stole his body. They returned Michelangelo's body to Florence which is where his resting site is today, we will be going there today (which is really exciting and interesting after having heard that story). Alex also took us to the site of what was supposed to be Michelangelo's resting place however as I said, it wasn't finished in time. This site (a tomb in the wall) was plastered over and was only rediscovered in the 70's! It is now inside ...