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May 1 is a holiday in Rome and many countries in Europe. As a result we could only go to places that were open. Major places like the Colosseum & the Forum were supposedly closed so we visited some churches, the catacombs & the Appian Way instead. Fortunately Noel & I had explored these historic sites before. For the others they were able to use the afternoon or the last morning to visit these places. ...
... story short, he eventually passed through customs about 45 min later than everyone else. Another lost her boarding pass. Security guy wouldn't let us go to our gate. On my last flight right heading home after a great trip. Very different from my erections travels. Like always having a tour guide giving you information about what you're seeing instead of reading about it. My moments: Anthony and Nathan on mt. Pilatus reciting the grinch, the echo scene, ...
... From there we dropped the students off at a leather factory while we entered Affizi, famous art gallery (wasn't excited about going surprisingly). The best part of the gallery is Michelangelo's colours, you can really see the difference between his and all the others. I was looking forward to getting some belts with my initials in 24k gold and climbing the 464 stairs of the Duomo to the best view of Florence...ah well, I'll do it ...
... right across the street from Pompei. Since it was after noon, we gave in and got sandwiches from one of the stands there. (From a grumpy lady, too -- I don't know what gives today). Better fed, we headed into the ruins of Pompei. Pompei is quite an archeological site. I'd of course heard about how well preserved it was, but I was unprepared for the size of this entire city. We walked down chariot wheel rutted streets, stepped inside buildings, and ...
... we didn't go shopping. After a long lunch...long because every place we wanted to see closed between 1-3:00....We went to see Michelangelo's "Moses." This statue is located in the church of San Pietro an obscure little church on a side street of Rome. Once again, good job Michelangelo!!! History tells us you were a very difficult man, but what you can do with a slab of marble. This church also has as a relic ...