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... shall we say sardines!). We were not ready for the magnificence of this country (yes, the Vatican is a nation unto itself, the smallest in the world and----20,000 visitors come here EACH DAY!!). Bernini’s huge colonnades greet visitors with such grandeur that we were left awestruck. The huge line waiting to enter St. Peter’s convinced us to employ a guide, Paolo, and we were ...
... of the Vatican Museum. My advice don't include the meal in your package as the meal was very ordinary.
We decided that we would visit St Peter's which is located behind the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. It is free to visit. When we arrived the queue to visit St Peters was miles long so we took pictures from outside and in the square.
We walk back to the Metro station for our return journey ...
... except for a general tendency to paint naked women like muscular men and then put breasts on like todays implants. A lost art perhaps? A quick lunch in Gino's near parliament of the days specials, minestre with tripe pasta and chick peas, spaghetti with red sauce and white fish, and cuttlefish with artichoke in an anchovy sauce. A caraffe of red and time to go home for Meg's hairdressing appointment. Soon be time to sit outside for ...
... 1962, which circles the city centre at a distance of about 10 km (6 mi). Although when the ring was completed most part of the inhabited area lay inside it (one of the few exceptions was the former village of Ostia, which lies along the tyrrhenian ...
While I wait until next week for my orientation at AOSR, I decided to get out and explore the neighborhood around my apartment these last two days. No pictures yet (Sorry!); just taking it all in.
Bedecked in the tourist uniform yesterday (Chico State tee, shorts, and flip flops), I headed out toward the Villa Borghese. A mile or so later, I arrived at one of the main entrances at Via Veneto. What an amazingly huge park! It's going to take countless visits ...