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... out duty free cigarettes $4.40 packet. Had a bread roll & drink then issues at the airport. There had been a fire 5 weeks ago in the middle of the airport,causing major issues, first a delay of 45 mins, on whether we were going to get off by bridge or by bus, then anther 45 min delaying waiting for our bags. Out through customs (lol - not even a stamp) , met the transfer for Globus. Dropped off at the hotel, told that ...
... off the list of things to do. The Vatican Museum was crazy with thousands of visitors. I have no idea what it would look like in peak season, but it was hard to look at the art pieces and artifacts collected by popes over the last 1960 years (or more) with so many people around. The first pope was Pope S Petrus in 64 AD.
The Sistine Chapel was amazing, and we spend most probably about 40 minutes there looking at the great work ...
... if he saw one and he laughed. We had a good chat for the rest of the trip and he was getting off where we needed to so he escorted us off and showed us where to go for the Vatican entrance. Sometimes human nature is a wonderful thing!
So I can now add fare evasion to my list of experiences in Europe.....
We had heard about the queues but even at 8.15am they were lined up over 100 metres. We had booked tickets and went straight to the entrance with no one in ...
We exited the plane and boarded the transfer buses to the terminal. The weather was perfect! A beautiful sunny day with just a slight breeze! Warm enough for me but not too hot to knock Grant off his feet (which would be a complete waste of his new very swish new walking sandals he purchased under duress!)
We followed the crowd to the customs/passport check and we were surprised to see that all the signs including most of ...
... giddy. It didn't matter that we had to sit in the heat for a couple hours, exhausted. We were able to watch people from different countries around the world and even got to speak to a few Italians and French that were seated around us. People brought their Nation's flags and showed them with pride. Children were wearing "I <3 Papa Francesco" shirts and many wove Papa Francesco flags. When the Pope arrived in his cart, it turned into a happy ...