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... I was amazed with the artwork - didn't really think it was my thing - but after being there and seeing the paintings i was in awe.
By the time we got to the sistine chapel the crowds had started and they were expecting about 25,000 people to come to the vatican.
Finally on our tour we went to St Peters and by the time I had finished the queue to get in was over 2 hours long!!!
From there I ...
... as one of the squares beautification projects? We then ambled down the main pedestrian street from the north to our hotel for a break.
Again in the afternoon Lois, Larry and Gary set out for Piazza della Republica and the Santa Maria Church. This they saw plus several others on route, taking back streets and avoiding the crowds. It is Saturday night in Rome so all the tourists and all the local ...
Craig woke at 3.15 am and put our iPhones and iPad on the reception desk to get several hours of photo synchronisation as the wifi works there but not in our room. We are getting further behind and have taken over 1,000 photos between us and want all the photos on the iPad for was of uploading to the travel blog. It meant we didn't have an alarm and we overslept a little, waking at 6.45am, but we got to the Vatican at 8am via the underground, including the walk at either end ...
... men heroes in this arena.
Its after noon when we finish the tour and our tummies are grumbling. Off we go in search of an alleyway pizza place and we share a pizza to energise before we head to the Roman Forum.
The sun has come out again so its hot hot hot. We decide just to wander around seeing whatever we see without any real plans. We end up around Palentine HIll first differentiated from the Roman Forum by its terracotta coloured buildings. Palantine Hill is where ...
... Grief, one of the more poignant grave markers, is particularly touching.
After spending an hour wandering around this fascinating cemetery, one of the resident guardians in the office was kind enough to call a taxi for us, which pleased the tour group no end, as the walk back home from this point would have been a 5-mile killer. Instead, we arrived home without our usual sore legs and aching feet. Today was a great finale to our sojourn in Rome!