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... pictures were not something that grabbed me. I guess I am not much into saints or depictions of Christ that many of the artist portrayed. I had this picture in my head of the artwork in the Sistine Chapel and so when I walked into the chapel itself it wasn't what I expected. I could see that the work would have been an enormous task to design and create but it didn't have the Wow factor to me. To me the Notre Dame cathedral or the Duomo in Florence, they had ...
A sunny start to the day, complimented by some lovely fresh pané that Lynda found on her morning walk. The left over ham, cheese and tomatoes, combined with the Vegemite we can't live without, made a great breakfast to start the day.
Today we were off to the Vatican! We'd booked a tour that we'd had recommended by some Americans from Connecticut.
We walked to the station and had our first experience buying a ticket on the ...
... would see very little of the place, and that was not what we had in mind. There were many things to do and see here and time was critical. But wait, said Sue, "I seem to remember that Anna told me that she would organize the tax stamps." This news came as a big relief, "are you sure” I said .. Anna was the girl we had employed from a business in Venice called the Wedding Planner. She was the one who would do all the red tape and ...
... There's no one really striking sight (though there is a fresco with the earliest known written use of vernacular Italian), but it's pretty remarkable to walk through such old spaces that were well preserved by being buried, though that is something of a theme in Italy.
We swung past San Pietro in Vincoli, most notable for holding the Tomb of Julius II and Michaelangelo's famous horned statue of Moses (sigh). ...