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This was the first day of our tour and we went through the Vatican museums, the Sistine chapel, and St Peters Basilica. We went up the spiral staircase used by old popes to get to the Etruscan museum, the people who lived in Rome before the Roman Empire. We then walked to a square and through a corridor of Roman statues, to another corridor, which had many fine statues, tapestries, and maps ...
... fall when we arrived into Rome. There was a large number of North Africans selling umbrellas - where they hide and wait is beyond me. We knew the hotel was close but the map we had downloaded to direct us did not tell which of the many exits to get. Note to self: When we travel next time we will follow our daughters preparation, yes she is super organised, (who did she get that from I wonder) and print out full directions ie which exit to get at the Station. ...
... get home, but decide to continue on by catching a No. 115 from the stop I got off which would go into Trastevere. I did a have a little knowledge from yesterday and sure enough I see a landmark, get off and catch a No. 3b bus to Piramide Station then to Basilica San Paolo! Home after a brilliant day out.
Here are a few pics of buildings along the way. Hope you like them!
... to lift a full rucksack let alone walk with one. Why would you? My feet are still somewhat sensitive after 3 weeks doing very little but I think a full recovery is likely.
Future plans - It has been explained in very clear terms that any attempt to take part in a similar jaunt would have very unfortunate consequences to my private parts, not to mention a bitter divorce and crippling alimony. Suspect that's a no then.
As some of you know...and might agree...Rome should be sought for everything architectural (Old World mixed with New World), and spectacular art, sculptures, and history.
SCHIFF FAST FACT - EVERYONE in Rome drives either a Smart Car, Mini Cooper, or Fiat!
SCHIFF FUN FACT - There are NO SHORTAGE of Caffe's in Rome!
We took the train for an hour to Ostiense Stazion ...