Le Suite Di Napoleone
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... but no space to sit, gaze and appreciate.
Many people spoilt it really, damn tourists! This loud voice over speaker telling you to "be quiet this is sacred space". Outside we laughed when recalling this. Could you imagine the same scene in our beautiful cathedral, being called to "silence" by a voice over the loud speaker?
On the Sunday we attended morning Eucharist at the ...
... air conditioning is a welcome relief from the heat and humidity and more pleasant smelling than the public transportation! And you can keep your shopping bags on the bus when you jump off at your next stop. It's amazing how well these drivers can safely negotiate such small streets and crazy traffic.
Our first stop in Rome was the Colosseum. Everyone has seen photos of this historic spot, but until your standing in it, I don't think you can fully take ...
... so by its glacial origins according to the geographer.
Our flight was late into Helsinki and the two hours we were supposed to have in transit turned into a very frantic 50 minutes. Despite the fact that we were only transiting, and in the interests of safety, once more into the scanning breach dear friends we headed. Now remember, we had been scanned in Brisbane then Singapore and now Helsinki. The queue was long and the scanning slow and ...
... the paintings and the sculptures.
We learnt that frescos have to be painted within 6 hours of the wall being completed, so the colour holds well. This means Michelangelo had his work set out for him on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel! We learnt about St. Peter, and saw a golden painting of him being crucified upside down, because he felt unworthy to be crucified in the same manner that Jesus died.
When we went into the Sistine Chapel, our ...
Rose and shone to an early breakfast again delivered to the room. Wot, no ass's milk! A quick stroll across town to our pre-booked entry to the Galleria Borghese (Google will fill you in!). My research claimed this place is a "must" while in Rome. It's certainly in a quiet and smart area of town. Pleasant park land, even with a 'play area for dogs'. Scoopers obligatory? There was no "skipping the line" here. Just the one line and it was ...