The Red Rose
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... purely for the reason of designing the Sistine chapel, and it's amazing (and not just for an amateur at frescos, but by comparison of every artist period; I might never get over it). Dinner that night was amazing. We wandered away from Vatican City down random side streets and found ourselves at a little restaurant with not very many people. But oh my was it one of the best meals we had in Italy to date. We treated ourselves with a bottle of prosecco and shared a caprese salad, ...
... but I didn’t. Also, the lighting in the chapel was not that great. It was raining all day today in Rome, so the light coming in from the windows was very weak. Despite all of this, I could still sincerely appreciate the artwork done by Michelangelo. The Last Judgment fresco is so detailed. The figures are strong and moving all over the wall. It truly is a sight to behold. I was also very pleased to see the frescos on the ceiling. After having gone my whole life seeing the ...
Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, tried to find Appian Way, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, New Year’s Eve concert at Circus Maximus, and fireworks over the Colosseum
Wednesday, January 1
... he came back, the doors to the Vatican closed and he missed his chance to look round. He looked devastated but at least he had his jumper, right? By this point, nearing 7pm hunger was hitting home and we found a lovely restaurant that we had passed earlier in the day and had a lovely meal there. This was probably the best so far and was a great way to finish the evening, or so I thought! As we had been walking all day we heard back to the hotel, passing the ...
... Unfortunately no photos in the Sistine Chapel. Afterwards we spent the day walking around Rome through the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere areas. Our last day, we revisited the Spanish steps and had a lovely farewell lunch. Rome is a big city with a lot of people, glad we came, but would not come back. Tomorrow we head to Orvieto and so looking forward to being in a more low key quaint area. Diane and ...