Marco e Laura Bed & Breakfast
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... br> The Vatican museum is massive and would take a week to look through everything so we skipped that and went outside to have the Sistine Chapel paintings explained before entering as talking is not allowed nor is photography. The ceiling is breathtaking especially when you know it was painted by just 1 man over 4 years. It's great that Michaelangelo had a great sense of humor with some of the ways he depicted a ...
Michelangelo's dome....which was a brutal hike up uneven stairs, and practically walking on a slant as I navigated through the hot, sweaty dome. The view from the top was quite incredible though and is certainly a must see. After descending from the dome, I entered St Peter's Basilica, and I must say it is one of the most incredible pieces of architecture that I've ever seen. Even as a ...
Summary of the day: we saw a lot of stuff!
The subway system here is much more English-friendly, so we were able to zip around to see everything in very little time.
The Vatican was overwhelming to say the least. Pretty sure we went on a 'down day,' and it was still packed. Our tiny old tour guide provided us with headsets so we could ...
... was amazing! We were the only ones there and it was HUGE!
It was amazing to see frescoes and mosaics that were still framed to the walls.
I was loving the pastel colours as well!
Then we headed to the Museum and Crypt of Capuchins, of course whats travelling without getting lost. We were on the metro more times than I can count. We exited and walked for 30 minutes on roads, through bushes only to find out the Museum was to the left of where we ...
... in the 1500-1600's (it took about 100 years). The main alter is built over Peter's grave site. The dome is designed by Michelangelo when he was 72 years old. We saw the Pieta, the only work that Michelangelo signed, done when he was only 23 years old.
We went to the Sistine Chapel, built in 1481. The ceiling is 60 feet high, and it took Michelangelo four years to paint it.
We went to ...