Palazzo Del Duca House
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Finally the city I was waiting for, Rome! The evening we arrived we had a walking tour of the city. We were able to see the Colosseum and Pantheon at night as well as the Spanish steps.
The next morning started with a tour of the Vatican city and its museums. We spent about 4 hours inside with highlights of course being St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel (home of Michelangelo's famous ...
... Station, the young woman smiled at me and pointed across to some buses. OK ...... hope she knows where I am going ....... 'cause I don't!! I arrive at the buses and it hits me that there is a No. 3 "bus". The Trip Adviser article said "tram" and to confuse things there is two number "3's" leaving at the same terminus! I still had plenty of day left, but wouldn't count on it at this rate of progress!
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... even more straight up and down than before. We continue to wonder how the town elders possibly manage this day in and day out as we huff and puff our way around. We decided that they must have really healthy hearts and do just fine until the day comes when they finally make a mis-step, fall down, and roll all the way to the bottom at which point they're pronounced dead. We finally find our hotel located on an alley off the main piazza, thru a not-so-inviting door. Behind ...
... the Franciscan's Cappuchin order. But of course the main reason people come is to see the four or five rooms that are decorated, on the floor, walls and ceiling with monks skeletons and bones. They are placed in all sorts of arrangements with explanations of them. In each room there are the full skeletons of some of the monks in their habits and rooms tend to use specific bones - one was mostly thigh bones, another pelvises. The only words to describe it are weird and macabre, but ...