La Casa di Rosy
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... before he died. As we looked around the massive space our tour guide was quick to point out that everything we could see was in fact mosaic made out of marble and other stone, there are in fact no paintings inside St. Peter’s which is pretty incredible. It was really neat to have a chance to walk around and just take in the genius of Michelangelo, after all he was an excellent architect so this played right into his strengths, unlike the painting which he had to adjust ...
... it's really a ramp) where each column is different. It was really interesting to see and had a fantastic view of Rome at the top. There was just so much! I really can't get it all out in this tiny little blog but hopefully I've said enough for you to get the picture haha. So then, what about the rest of my day? It was spent chilling on my bed and letting my feet recover from all the walking we've been doing. Not kidding. We walked back to our hotel from ...
... of art in the world and she was looking at my purse?! Weird! The end of the tour was in St Peter's Basilica. No churches in Rome, let alone anything in Rome, comes close to comparison. There are 8 chapels within the Basilica each with a historical centerpiece - Michelangelo's sculptures, Pope sarcophagus', frescoes, religious relics. And almost each chapel was occupied with people at prayer. The main alter of the Basilica is another masterpiece - sculpted by Bernini. It's a very ...
... saying mass at that time so we opened the windows and heard the music and the mass going on. Of course, we could not understand a bit of it, but it still sounded beautiful. The streets were full of people carrying palms, but mostly olive branches which is evidently what the Romans carry instead of palms. So is it really Olive Sunday? I like Palm Sunday better.
Since the Pope said mass, we were unsure if he would still do his public appearance at noon, but ...
... we popped into the best gelato shop in Rome (according to the guidebook) and it was a tiny shop front with no gelato on show. I had raspberry and hazelnut and it was delicious. Then off again along the road to find Piazza Navona. We got there just on dusk and all the artist were set up and there are street performers and more men selling pashminas. All the churches here will not let you in if you have bare shoulder and are showing your knees. They wrap you up (see ...