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... transpired. Another country to add to our travels as the Vatican is its own independent State. We were able to glimpse Pope Francis in his Pope mobile as he circled through the square and see him on the balcony. Huge video screens gave a better view of proceedings however. Again the buildings are simply massive and photos do not do it justice. There is a huge sense of respect for Pope Francis even among many who would not consider themselves believers. ...
... is quite large but still a pretty gothic style cathedral. On the inside it is huge and initially felt quite gloomy. But as we walked around and adjusted to the light the majesty of the place was revealed. Beautiful stained glass and curious memorials to various people all around. A compulsory walk through the square Galleria Vittorio Emanuele ll, which is like a huge Block Arcade only on a much grander scale - classy eateries with waiters wearing bow ties at an early hour!! ...
... not permitted so most of my photos of the amazing artwork are blurred. Photography in the Sistine Chapel is totally prohibited.
So most of my photos are of the inside of the Basilica where I had a chance to keep the camera still.
But in all honesty, I spent most of my time looking up with my mouth open in awe of what I was seeing rather than trying to take photographs.
Once we'd had our fill (well almost) of the incredible sights around St. ...
... this week. His wit and knowledge is worth every penny, I mean Euro, that we spent. He explained so much about the 'true' history (reminds me of Botwinski), the architecture, now day living in Rome and just giving us helpful hints. We started at Trajan's column, walked to a church and went below to see where the original streets of Rome were, Jewish Quarter, Church of San Ignazio, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Fountain of Four Rivers, Santa Maria sopra Minerva and Bernini' ...
... one of my favorite spot in Rome.
Our Next stop was the Pantheon
The Pantheon again was something to see, to know that this is where Caesar came to worship wow!! The dome was something to admire. Be aware to be there early as it was really crowed but we managed to get in and spend a few moments taking it all it.