Relais Rome Sweet Home Trastevere
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Sistine Chapel The Sistine Chapel was breathtaking and overwhelming. What a magnificent sight and we both just sat in amazement for over an hour studying the gorgeous frescoes hand painted over years by the finest artists of all time. It was a moment Kim and I will never forget. No cameras or phones allowed and everyone had to be silent. Photos could never do justice to this magnificent and sacred site. We climbed to the top of St Peters Basilica cupola and looked over ...
... We were up and at ‘em early, grabbing breakfast and finding our tour guide. The tour included the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica. Our tour guide was a nice Italian woman who gave us all headphones hooked up to her microphone so we could hear her at all times. The Vatican was easily the most crowded place we visited the whole weekend. The line to get in was easily over 3 hours. Luckily, one of the perks of our tour was skipping the ...
... centre of town and the centro storico. We began to recognize piazza and familiar church fascades as we wove through the streets to Termini. No sooner had we arrived at the station, and we were back in our old neighborhood, 2 blocks away from Clover, last year's apartment. Still in Chinatown/Little India, we chose to try on of the Beehive's other satellite apartments, now ...
... right guide book (or even better an audio guide) these piles of stone and brick allow you to visualize what Ceaser's Rome was like. It's moving stuff for a fan of history like me. I enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. You really begin to understand the grandeur of an empire that still affects our lives today.
Next I visited the Capitoline Museums. A collection of Art worth seeing on its own, but the temporary special exhibit ...
... this amazing internet cafe, ate that pizza I mentioned, and uploaded pictures. After this, we plan to head to the Trastevere neighborhood for cold libations and postcard writing. We will probably have to see more beautiful buildings as we walk.
Tomorrow we take an early bus to Siena, where there is a rumored rivalry against Florence. We hope to exploit that.