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... a convent way of seeing all the sights! When driving up to the Vatican City I was in awe of its size, the symmetrical columns framing St. Peters Basilica was just incredible.
The Roman Forum, which is the ancient ruins were so amazing. I love that they are nestled in between the city, it was such a surprise to see them, with such a modern city build ...
6 hour flight from Dubai in the BIG ******* A380. Landed in the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport.
Chaos at the immigration/passport control. 2 immigration officers checking ?1000 people. Go figure. I got sucked into the heaving mass of humanity. Hot and sweaty and I was pressing the flesh. Finally go through and need resuscitaiton with a litre of ...
Arriving in Agra, we awoke early one morning to visit our second wonder, the Taj Mahal. It was purely stunning.
Onward and upward to China and the Great Wall. This third wonder we only caught a mere glimpse of. Spanning 8,852kms we hiked only 3km. The only man made structure to be seen from space, it too ...
... add 100 gallons of water and a thousand confused wet Christians/tourists of all nations. Nuts!! Apparently the new papa is well popular and has bumped the Vatican & church figures. The loos were nuts full of Irish 'my big fat gipsy wedding' types trying to dry ALL their bits under the hand dryers. They must have disliked the no bard knees/shoulders rule. Our charming guide David led us through the fray to the pine cone courtyard to ...
... NO way!!
Next stop, San Luigi dei Francesi, the national French church in Rome. I teach French!
For us the big attraction here was definitely The Calling of St Matthew. We spent a long time reading about it and viewing it. Love it. There are also painting of his inspiration to write the gospel, and his martyrdom, all by Caravaggio. All this art, for free!!
We wandered into a Basilica - San Agostino. We had no ...