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... s Basilica. Many steps up...then we follow an ancient wall, past some parks and fabulous views across the rooftops of Rome. We see a few monuments from the distance and marvel that "here we are" in one of the oldest & most interesting cities in the world!
On the scenic route (code for not really knowing which direction we were taking) to St Peter's Basilica we came across some gladiators who offer to kill the girls & be ...
... and is always willing to switch with Miss Picky Pants. While we were waiting for our Cappuccino and mixed flavor Gelato, we took the opportunity to take a picture of Tom with some of the other Popes whose pictures lined the walls of the Ristorante.
We've now been up for 36 hours straight, with the exception of our short power nap this afternoon, so we are READY to hit the sack and recharge for tomorrow
... they built and are still using to deliver water to the city. The water is so good, even the Pope drinks from the water fountains...no need to ask, they will tell you. Every Roman will brag about how good their water is as much or more than a Seattleite will about their local coffee spot or how their shiny electric car is saving the planet. My favorite part of Rome was by far St. Peter's Basilica. We were there for about 8 hours and toured part of the Vatican Museums, ...
... chocolate and the mission was accomplished. Everybody was able to relax again and looking forward to visiting Pompeii next.
Pompeii turned out different than expected. Maybe our expectations were a bit high. The ruins are surrounded by a very ordinary city which doesn’t do much for the ruins. The ruins itself are getting “old and tired” but are still telling a great story. Almost all main sites can only be viewed from the outside because they are too ...
... structures are truly remarkable in size, there was one building with a court yard garden in the center the size of a hockey field. With a pillar lined veranda, only some of the pillars remain. There is a museum housing the marble statues (a lot of headless and hand less statues). The scale and size of this city is incredible, what they were able to create with the tools they had was truly fascinating. It started to rain so I tried out my poncho for the first time during the trip, ...