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... city some to acquaint ourselves with the area. It's so amazing how beautiful and old so many parts of Rome are. Along the way we decided to go into the Victor Emmanuel II Monument. While we were there we discovered a place to buy tickets to take an elevator to the top of the monument to get a rooftop view of Rome. It was so random because ************e else was up on top, but it provided an incredible view of Rome! Andy and I were in disbelief at how ************e was up on top of ...
... water running down the street and pattering on the pavement. Rome has been warmer than any country we've been in since England, and it's been so nice to wear just tshirts. It is getting later in the year, and despite the warm weather the sun sets at 5pm, so the city seems to be almost constantly in this glorious golden twilight. However I can't be writing about gold without mention of the Catholic Churches and cathedrals. Our count for visiting churches on our travels ...
... Pisa. Our connection to Lucca arrived 6 minutes later on the same platform. Don’t try this timetable back at home folks!
And so, that’s nearly it for this year. (Thank goodness for that we hear you say). If we could find a fat lady in Italy, she would be tuning up to start singing at the end of next week when we set off back to the frozen North.There is one more trip worthy of relating here, scheduled for next week, and then, we’ll be ...
... just too much to add tonight. We have an early start tomorrow. * watch the little movie we did of the changing of the Swiss guards who have been protecting Popes for 500 years - sensational. The Pope holds court over the square on Sundays and Wednesdays, so it being a Tuesday there were no glimpses of him for us. The official Vatican shop is filled with masses of rosary beads, religious frescos to buy and so much more. We bought some stamps for ...
... the worshipings of the Roman Gods but was later transformed into a Christian Church when a Roman emperor converted to Christianity. The day after we went to the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. The Vatican had heaps of different rooms with different things but my favourite room had to be the Egyptian Room which I found extremely interesting. In the Egyptian Room there was a mummified lady who was 3000 years ...