L'Incanto di San Pietro
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... the Square. Similarly grandiose and ornate just like the rest of the Vatican we spent some time looking at the beautiful side chapels and burial plaques. A few deceased popes were on view in their regalia. Jess thought that was a bit morbid. We needed to go back to grab my bag, which you had to leave at the entrance, and walked past a line up at least 3km long. My top for the Vatican is book in with a group and go early on a non-mass day unless you want to see Papa. We didn't do ...
... to look around it properly, but we didn't have a great impression of it. Troy was better lol. So we headed over to the Coliseum. To be honest it was a little bit disappointing too...we actually imagined it to be larger lol. I know that must sound really silly but that's what we thought. We think it certainly would've been better to have a guide take us round telling us the history too - but we just didn't have the time unfortunately. Don't get me wrong, the structure is ...
Okay so now it is real!!! I knew I was in Rome when I walked out of the metro and saw the Colosseum for the first time. It was UNREAL! I cannot believe that it still exists. While it wasn't as big as I thought it would be, it still is so amazing. We then walked up Palentine Hill and saw more of the Roman ruins like the Palentine Palace and Roman Forum. These ruins were so cool to see:) We then ...
... in Rome, we tried our best to pack in the typical sites for a first time visitor and a few "secret" sites we had read about online. We also enjoyed some of the best food around....especially if pasta is a favorite of yours. Our only negative......timing. We came at the end of April (perfect weather) but our timing unfortunately consisted with the Vatican's canonization of two popes. For this, an additional 800,000 people on top of the ...
... from which four putti emerge to carry a central tempietto, all of which frames a light-filled chamber above, illuminated by windows not visible from below. The church keeps a relic of Saint Apollonia, her head, as well as a portion of the Holy Sponge. Among those buried in the church are the relics of Pope Callixtus I, Pope Innocent II, Antipope Anacletus II, Cardinal Philippe of Alençon and Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio. Exterior The Romanesque campanile is from ...