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- Continental Breakfast
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We woke up early again this morning to say goodbye to akashi and Georgie. After that we did the little packing we had to do, went out for breakfast near our hotel and then checked out and hit the road. It was meant to be a long drive but even though mum and dad got lost it only took two hours. Me, Nim and atifa all sat in the back listening to our iPods and acting like siblings. We stopped at an auto grill on the way but apart from that it was ...
... all over the place. Other rooms were filled with tapestries and maps of the ancient Catholic Churches and territories. Throughout the museum there was fresco after fresco all over the walls and ceilings. After an hour of walking through the crowds we finally reached the Sistine Chapel. Entering this my eyes were bombarded by frescos of angels and popes and more beautiful objects. It was dark and no photography ...
... get into our room early and have a shower and put some clean cloths on. Enough of that boring stuff..... Rome what can we say. I'm sure everyone has their own picture of Rome in their mind in what they might find or how they would like to find it. For all the gladiator movie watchers sorry it's not like that. Rome is a city that mixes old with new and ancient and contemporary. With each corner you turn there is ...
... I have now posted a parcel home from every country so far - England, Ireland and Italy. The language difficulties presented problems as well as the fact that they do things differently but they were so SLOW!!!!! Dad finally returned about 7pm and had done lots of walking, as well as bus travel. His walking also involved lots of stairs up and down the mountain. We were off to dinner and then had to get packed for the start of our Espana ...
... 000 people. Staples Center can hold almost 20,000. Michaelangelo's Pieta is one of the most moving works of art I've ever seen. Lindsay and I were both moved by Roxanna's description of the piece, showing not only Jesus and Mary's relationship, but also a mother and son relationship. I looked at it and saw a powerful portrait of a mother holding her son's tortured body, a mother mourning the loss of her child. With Mother's Day in mind, I ...