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-Saw Colisseum -Old City and Ruins -Mussolini's balcony -Trevi Fountain -Spanish Steps -Pantheon -Piazza Venezia -Piazza Navona -Dinner and drinks at campsite 28th Aug -Vatican City -St Peters Square + Basilica -Sistine Chapel -Shopped along Via Del Corso -Drinks at campsite - Ben went to hospital
... tight knit cobblestone alleys to traverse here. A funny thing, and possibly a warning to point out, is how aggressive some of the street vendors are. A man with a bunch of roses literally forced flowers into Noel and I's hands all the while saying 'it's good luck' and 'it's for you' as if it was some gift. We kept saying no and tried to give them back several times but he again said it was for us and for luck so we assumed he was giving them to us - logical ...
... the Coliseum is the ruins of the Imperial Palace, grounds, gardens, even an elaborate stadium with a walking track, fountains, statues, and a long porch along one side.
Full-circle, now, up at the Temple of Elagabalus, there are sweeping views of the Coliseum and the Arch of Constantine (half of the arch is covered with scaffolding). Just down from the temple is an exit from Palatine Hill that takes you out to a busy road. I decided I wanted to get a ...
... is all i can say, the lines were astronomical and i was very glad to be guided right on by to the front door. Pity they don't hand out stamps in the old passport that would have been a good addition but there are security checks to go through and police and guards everywhere. First up was the Vatican Museum and man are there some nice paintings in here. It was a guided tour with the little headsets on and our guide was very knowledgeable, though i couldn't repeat many of the ...
... independent state in the world by both area and population. The Pope is always also the Head of State and Government of the Vatican City State. Vatican City was established as an independent state in 1929 by the Lateran Treaty, signed by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri, on behalf of Pope Pius XI and by Prime Minister and Head of Government Benito Mussolini on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy. Vatican City State is distinct from the Holy See, ...
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