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On New Year’s Day we started a bit later. We had to decide between trying to
get a spot for the Pope’s blessing or watching people dive into the freezing
Tiber river from Ponte Cavour, a tradition going for 20 years, as both happened
at midday. We chose the divers and after walked down to St. Peter’s Basilica to
see if anything was still happening. We ended up being glad we ...
... its magnificent ceiling paintings by Michelangelo. After leaving the Museum, we visited the impressive St Peters Basilica, skipping the line and getting straight in.
The weather started to clear up so and as we had a couple of hours left before dinner, we made our way to the Spanish steps which unfortunately had construction works happening to the fountain in front of it, and also the Trevi Fountain which too was under ...
Today we flew to Rome. Once again I was in "trouble" at immigration. This time for not going up with Jillian so the guy could serve us both. He smirked the whole time! The flight was pretty good. I finished Season 5 of Mad Men and started Season 6. In Rome, we got through immigration and customs quickly, although my guy didn't stamp my passport, which Jillian informs me may cause problems in Barcelona... We'd arranged a driver to pick us up from the airport. He was late ...
... Museum. There are people trying to sell us postcards, keychains, and guided tours. This one lady from one of the guided tours looked at us and told us that since we are so far back, there is no way we would get inside the museum. Well we showed her. We actually got about 10-15 minutes to spare so it was pretty close to the cut off time.This museum is HUGE. You can spend a whole day here and you won’t finish seeing all of the ...
... we wouldn't be able to bring in our sketchbooks. I ended up sketching at the fountain of the four rivers in Piazza Navona. After that, those of us who were sketching hustled on over back to the Capitoline Hill, where this time we would be going into the Captoline Museum. There is an incredible collection of art in there, including ancient Roman art. It also ended up being the building that looks out over the Roman Forum, so we got some sweet views at the end, from the ...