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... the Basilica we arrived in the world famous Piazza San Pietro where the pope regularly appears on a balcony to address crowds. It's one of those places that is too big to photograph.
After having pasta for a late lunch we proceeded back via the metro to Roma Termini, collected our bags and hopped on a train bound for Pisa. The train was modern and it was a pleasant sit-down after the craziness of Rome.
Today was filled with mystery, wonder, and history! I've thought about what it would be like to visit Vatican City since I was a little girl. The experience exceeded my expectations! We started today with a quick breakfast and speedy can ride to Caffe Vaticano, which is across the street from the entrance to Musei Vaticano. We sipped a couple steaming cappuccinos under the awning as we waited ...
... from the in store pizzeria. Duncan is all pizza-ed out though and was just so miserable as he didnt know what he wanted to eat and was beginning to feel the strain of his liited diet.
After lunch we shopped - and bought lots of goodies that Duncan likes so he cheered up immensely.
Then it was off down the A1 to our next destination. ...
... ruins and got back to the shop, here we dropped off the bikes and said goodbyes.
After leaving the bikes i headed back to the hostel stopping for dinner and a drink at a small road side restaurant. After dinner i headed back to the hostel feeling refreshed. At the hostel i got my bags and went to the room, unpacked and got ready for the next day, used the WiFi, uploaded some pictures, watched the brazil vs cameroon game and then went to bed.
... most amazing but also slightly macarbe things I have ever seen. This makes the catacombes in Paris look boring. In the small chapels a very artistic person with waaaaay to much time on their hands has fashioned the bones into an artwork of displays, frescoes and even lightfittings. Large numbers of bone are nailed to the walls ...