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... right area are to be found in the deepest crypt beneath the central part of the huge Basilica and so it is quite possible that St Pete is actually down there. The building is, like all of Rome, massive. BIG. Really really BIG. And again, packed full of the graves of the most amazing folks from history. Popes, kings, emperors even three women got to be buried here. Perhaps the busiest of all the tombs was that of John Paul II. The faithful are here in their droves, praying for a ...
... this feeling was set for the morning. True Rome returned when we entered, as we had to show our cards in exchange for entry tickets. Planning would mean this would be done at the office we'd come from, but we seem to be in the city or land of (apologies to those with Roman blood) can't be bothered and don't really care. With no direction the crowd formed a circular mob around 1 lady, as if she were in possession of a handful of pasta and we were a starving mass. For the sake of 1 or ...
We docked in the city of Civitavecchia, about 45 minutes away from Rome. Our driver went 90 mph once he got on the highway. There was a public transportation strike today, as well as a demonstration in the center of Rome. Traffic was horrible, plus the roads are narrow and people drive like maniacs. FUN! Anyway, we first saw the Colosseum, no guide, just walked around. It's incredible, but I would really like an audioguide or guide for more information. We ...
Before leaving Florence for Rome this morning I decided to climb the Campanile, the bell tower of Santa Maria del Fiore (Florence Cathedral). The tower, designed by the archetect Giotto, is very ornate comprising of red and white marble and was completed in 1359. There some 400+ steps to climb the 85 metres to the top, just short of the height of the cupola we climbed yesterday. Again, a great view ...
After leaving the Chapel, we were hearded into the modern art exhibit. Mark and I walked straight through and left that place just as quick as we had entered. Only stopping once to say " that is just lines, we could do that". Absolutely exhausted, we bid the Pope and The Vatican farewell.
after a short rest we grabbed some dinner and gelato. Tomorrow we head to Naples...only 3 nights left.