Adagio Rome Balduina
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We woke up early today and went and had one last breakfast. We got off the ship around 9am in the cruise port close to Rome, with all of our belongings. We technically our supposed to be on the ship another night and get off tomorrow in Savona, but we decided we will have to be flying out of Rome anyway, and since there is so much to see, we would just get off a day early. We still had to take a train to downtown Rome, which took about 45 minutes. When we ...
... a million times and Tom re-watched 'Up in the Air' with George Clooney.
We landed a few minutes before our 6:25 schedule and after a bit of a wait for our luggage we sailed thru Immigration and Customs and when we got the to lobby area our Driver was holding up a sign with our name. He was dressed to the hilt in tailored black suit, white shirt and tie and led us to a shiny new black Audi. We were on our way to the hotel by ...
... seen as the first Pope, we are currently, on out 266th Pope. So here I am, this history teacher from Michigan standing in front of the remains of one of the most influential people of Christendom. It was really one of those goose bump, realize where you are kind of moments! It was a very fitting way to end of tour of the Vatican grounds. Fortunately as we left, I got to check the last thing I wanted to do at the Vatican off the list and that was a picture of the Swiss ...
... into the museum and up into a courtyard. Our guide gives us a detailed history of St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican, pictures included.
We did not enter St Peter’s Basilica, but could see it from the top of the Museum. Apparently you can climb all the way to the top as well. From here we entered the buildings that lead to the Sistine Chapel. We walked past many intricate wall designs ...
... this largely to a lack of peripheral vision.
While it may not sound like a lot writing it up here, that made for a somewhat full day and sore feet. After cramming ourselves onto the one bus that gets us to our neighborhood (and I do mean cramming), we dried off in the apartment before finding a local restaurant at which to have dinner. ...