Le Stanze di Orazio
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... all anyway so I guess it had to have been decent right? We then went to tour St. Peter's Basilica which was probably my favorite attraction. The artwork and size of the building blew me away.Afterwards we went for dinner where I had a manacotti style dish and we also had bread and tiramisu for dessert! Yummy!
Our last day was rough waking up after 2 14 hour days but there was still plenty left to see. This day it was extremely hot so luckily we packed for this. We did the ...
... unwanted stuff.
The only option and maybe the best option was to go to the Vatican to watch the addressal of Papa Francis. The whole square was filled with people, there seemed to be people in thousands of numbers. First we had the grand parade of the various military forces and then the moment arrived for which all the people were waiting with abated breath... Pope Francis came to the balcony and wished the people -" Buon Natale" (Merry Christmas). He ...
... with some kind of mosaic, sculpture, colored granite, alters, wood, ect. I was absolutely in awe. Every corner of the Basilica had an alter. There were little services going on all around you. Priests and alter servers were walking around getting ready to prepare for the next little service. It was really a sight to see and at 7:30 in the morning!! We could of spent hours in the Basilica exploring every little nook and cranny of the building.
We decided next to ...
... have been.
We plan on coming back in a few days to take a better look.
We went past Piazza Navona. We walked past Bernini’s Four Rivers Fountain. When we revisit the Pantheon, we will spend more time here.
We were getting hungry and started to look for a restaurant that was recommended. We couldn’t find it, so we started to wander. We came to Campo di Flori and settled on a place for dinner. ...
... of Christendom". In Roman Catholic tradition, the basilica is the burial site of its namesake Saint Peter, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus and, also according to tradition, the first Bishop of Rome and therefore first in the line of the papal succession. Tradition and some historical evidence hold that Saint Peter's tomb is directly below the altar of the basilica. For this reason, many Popes have been interred at St. Peter's since the Early Christian period. There ...