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... he went into raptures about Henry Matisse!! You probably know but we had no idea that there is a contemporary art gallery in the Vatican.
The main focus was on all the expected statues of Popes, Saints, silk thread wall hangings, mosaics made with pieces 4mm x 4mm and, of course the famous Sistine Chapel, which definitely did not disappoint. We were amazed once again at the faithful restorers who have worked on the chapel over many years ...
... very unwell - all us girls got out our disinfectant hand wash, last thing we want or need! Meal was nice service was crud! Our meals were all but thrown at us, pretty ordinary really. After lunch we were heading to the Vatican and St Peters Basilica, not somewhere I had ever really wanted to go, it's bloody amazing! So huge and ornate! The queue to get in snakes it's way right around the square, which is humongous, people are so ...
... a dispute, Romulus kills Remus, and names the city Rome after himself. This became foundational to their roots and identity. Mythology was very important to them because it gave them their identity. It answered the questions of who are we and why are we hear. This is the purpose of religion, and mythology worked for this purpose, and that is why a weird statue such as this holds so much importance to such an important ...
... it was for them to change lifestyle etc. Lots of photos – not enough on Australian emigration but that’s apparently only 5% of total Italian emigration. Very interesting anyway. Next in this building was the LUCE exhibition, which is the history of Italy in films and photos. Fascinating stuff – especially about Mussolini and film stars. We saw some Roman boat ruins that only exist in photographing form. We then walked out and down to the ...
... the windows to have a look outside, and so began our:
SCAFFOLDING TOUR OF ROME.
They were in the process of putting in new windows and shutters - our room having been done - but the scaffolding over that side of the hotel prevented us from opening the shutters.
So, we settled into bed and eventually went to sleep.
Big day tomorrow at the Vatican City.
I'm really looking forward to it.