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... in Rome. Insight have given us
each a tour guide receiver with earpiece (great invention) for the
duration of the trip but the Vatican won't have any of that, thank
you very much, we must use THEIR tour receivers, so we had to sling
both around our necks. We had to use theirs inside the Vatican and
the Insight ones outside the Vatican! The weather today was a sunny
29d, good enough to make the ruins look quite ...
... a surprise for sure We sailed into "Queen of the Danube" around 9:30 pm Every historic building along the River was lit up in all colours ...wonderful!! Our next day was a bus/walking tour throughout the city Then we walked about 3 miles into the city to one of their underground hot springs & soaked in the hot mineral baths Today we are off the boat :( & headed into Budapest to meet up with a relative Viktor & his family Will do ...
... in the temple). From there you get a pretty good view and then they take you into the gallery of the dome which is much like the whispering galley of St. Paul's which also makes me, I can only say, **** a brick. Anyway I mostly clung to the wall as the people below did look like ants that's how high it is. Eventually I dared a look and was offered the option not go right to the top - the guide said most people were ok and as it's a once in a lifetime thing ...
... People jumped onto their seats, shouting, waving, and making all sorts of commotion. How could you blame them? He is so beloved and such an important world leader and image. I had a lump in my throat the entire morning. His address is immediately translated by a couple different priests (?). It was a beautiful experience. Everyone was clapping and happy. His message was about piety. What I loved most was his kind wishes for every country that was ...
Today was indeed sunnier, the odd very short shower aside. We decided to visit the Vatican, leaving the Colosseum/Forum area for tomorrow when the forecast is even better. I want to see the Colosseum in its best light!
The Vatican was pretty good, the museum had a lot to see including Roman sculptures and Egyptian artifacts that had been "collected" by the various popes down the centuries. Of course, there was also ...