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We arrived in Rome to find the European heatwave continuing with 40 degree heat. We made our way to our hotel and got a pleasant surprise. It was very nice with timber finishings and marble. The hotel guy took pity on us walking through the heat so threw in a bottle of spumante to cool is down. It went down a treat. The hotel was in a great …
... was enormous, spanning hundreds of meters, thick and slow. The ticket together with the helpful advice of an attendant saved us precious time in Italy's capital city. Once inside we climbed to the second floor and walked around, reading about the graffiti artists of so long ago, the rich politicians who funded the events in exchange for public favour, and the rich lunches, abundant in all kinds of meats. Looking inside ...
... century a man made to depict his nightmares after his wife died. So they were created as art, not as a way to worship, but they are ancient, not new. So it was really, really cool to see. And the bus ride back I just slept for the hour and a half and it was amazing. It had been a long week, and we still had stuff to get done. And that evening we went out to get Canoli's. I just have to say that it was the most amazing thing I have ever ...
... the afternoon. We stopped for a wine before heading home for a nap. We had dinner at a trattoria near Piazza Navona. We were loured in by the promise of free champagne. It was pretty average. We ordered pasta for dinner. I had gnocchi which was delicious. Jillian had fettucini bolognese which she didn't enjoy so much. We also had pretty average red wine. On the way back to the apartment, we passed a nice looking restaurant, so we got their card and decided to go there the next ...
On Thursday, we explored Vatican City. There was so much to look at in the museum.
Seriously, how can this much art be all at the same place? When we finally made
our way to the Sistine Chapel, my friend Melissa got escorted out within the
first thirty seconds for taking a picture of the ridiculously decorated
ceiling. I felt bad she couldn’t sit there as I did for twenty minutes and just
stare at it, but ...