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... br> After lunch we went back, got into our room, put our suits on and headed to the pool. I was so excited to be able to lay in the sun and relax after our hectic, fun few days in London.
Dinner at our four star hotel was 3 courses. We had pasta, of course, chicken and potatoes, and fruit for dessert. My roommate and I decided we wanted to call it a night early so we could try and get more than 4 hours of sleep. We knew that we had another long day ahead of us.
... s actually a pretty cool story for her grandkids someday,
“yeah, I got kicked out of the Vatican!”
My favorite part of Thursday, though, was being in St.
Peter’s square, and taking my sweet time being amazed by the Basilica. I’ve
made the executive decision that this is by far the most beautiful church on
the planet. I actually mistakenly ended up back in St. Peter’s square the next
... an hour and a half's drive from Bergerac through the Dordogne Area to a Village called Salat ( it is one of the best preserved 14th century villages in France ). The directions we were given were extremely well written and very clear, so it was quite easy for us to follow. The country side is lovely and for a great deal of the trip we are driving along the Dordogne River, we did very well and found our selves in Salat. We felt like we ...
... lucky to get it as the Vatican was closed to the public for the rest of our time in Rome due to a feast day.
We then went for a huge walk through a lovely park and up to the top of one of the hills in Rome to see a beautiful view and our first glimpse of the historic centre and ruins from above. On the way back into town several hours later we had a much needed Aperol Spritz with our books before dinner!
Day two was the day of ruins. We had once again ...
... months of July (after Julius) and August (after Augustus) bumping down the other months named ordinally (ever wonder why October isn't the 8th month anymore?!) the Romans made peace with a more accurate 12 month calendar than their standard fixation with factors of 10.
The variated statuary, bronzes, jewelry, and metalwork were impressive. One particular sarcophagus was awarded its own room from which to view; I've included it ...