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... the station just as we were stamping our ticket to board. No train, no refund, lesson learned.
After a 45 Euro shuttle, we arived at our hotel. Thanks to sleeping pills we woke up at 8:30 and were relatively awake. We enjoyed a rooftop breakfast and got our first look at Rome. ...
... that not everyone sees!
I think it was safe to say that we were all looking forward to seeing the Vatican, most of us had seen it before but there were a few that had never been to Rome before. Our tour guide, Ricardo was very Italian, he even has an uncle who is a cardinal in Rome, he eats dinner most nights with the Pope! Ricardo's wife and daughter had dinner with the Pope two weeks ago....evidently somewhat disappointing because he was quiet and reserved.
... we don't have to wait in the long line, as CARDINAL JIM HARVEY, who has worked for the Pope in the Vatican for 35 years, will meet us at St. Anne's gate, and take us thru a shortcut in the Vatican to the Basilica.
And so it happens. At this back door known as St. GAnne's gate, Cardinal Harvey, comes down the hill road to the gate, and says,.. Hi, introduces himself, and we are walking and talking thru the innards of ...
... we were handed our tickets, screened through security and led into the museum. We were told that we had picked a good day as the crowds were smaller. Looked pretty big to me! I can only imagine (and cringe at) the crowds during the peak tourist seasons of spring & autumn. I definitely would not want to be caught in the museum if there is an emergency!
Due to the sheer amount of traffic passing through the Vatican museum daily, visitors ...
... excavated in 1810–1814 and 1874 and was fully exposed under Benito Mussolini in the 1930s. The Colosseum is today one of Rome's most popular tourist attractions, receiving millions of visitors annually. The effects of pollution and general deterioration over time prompted a major restoration programme carried out between 1993 and 2000, at a cost of 40 billion Italian lire ($19.3m / €20.6m at 2000 prices). In recent years the Colosseum has become a symbol of ...