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... In the evening, we took a wine class. The Italians strive for a balance in the mouth between the wine and food by activating different quadrants of the tongue. For example, an acidic wine is best paired with a fatty food like calamari, cheese, salami, or olives. Fri - Vatican City has a museum full of art including Michelangelo, Rafael, Rodin, Van Gogh, and Dali. One of the most famous ...
... walking, jogging, drinking coffee ... On to the St John Lateran Basilica. Wow! It really looks nearly as big as St Peters. I wandered about inside for a bit and then found the souvenir shop. I was able to find a book/ brochure on the place and sat down in a very comfy pew for a read. Now, I am a little lost without the Internet to investigate things so this is what I learnt from the brochure. Ready? It's amazing! The Sacrosanct and Patriarchal ...
... I think our group was maybe 25 people or so, so it was hard to gather around the displays and see everything - as you are also mixing in with the people not in groups, and overlapped with OTHER tour groups. I also had a bit of a hard time understanding the guide. His English was about 80%, with a lot of 'ummms' and 'ahhhhs' in the conversation, as he tried to find the proper word. Now, I don't want to be the 'ugly' tourist, but if they are ...
Wednesday, July 2
Today was the greatest day so far. For my Art and Culture of Rome class we went inside the Colosseum. The outside is gorgeous. You can see three levels of arches on the outside and then the top level is solid stone. All three of the columns are on the Colosseum. The first level is the Doric columns, the second is the Ionic columns and the third is the Corinthian columns. When the Colosseum was first built the 2nd and ...
... was a line 50m long.
A fun way to finish a really nice day in Rome.
Our second last day we visited Castel St. Agnello, where we could view the thousands of people packed into St. Peter's square to listen to the popes address. Due to two consecutive nights of a lack of sleep from a snoring Ukrainian (and I know - 'backpacker life', but this was seriously ridiculously loud - earplugs were worthless), we had a siesta and went back out to our local Italian ...