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... s hard to believe a building, bridge, or fountain has been standing for over 1900 years! They're even more impressive when you think of the tools and materials that would have been used to construct these beautiful and detailed structures. The city is one massive piece of art.
-the chain of restaurants and cafes
-the food and the wine....so delicious!
-the many flavours of gelato on every corner
... it. Lift your game Jack!
I'm still drunk, sitting here on the bus, trying to figure out what happened in what order, at what time. I don't even know if I packed everything, I drunkenly packed everything an hour ago, I don't remember any of it though, I just know I did. Stacey comes over to my seat to talk, whispering in her best code, she gives me a serious look, "You want to talk about, you know, the big V?".
"Victoria?" I blurt out loudly. Whoops. I am ...
... in the presence of the Pope. St Peter and St Paul are represented on these doors with scenes from their martyrdoms. I have enclosed pictures. There are many sculptures, paintings and statues that represent some of the most famous artifacts in the world. 20,000 people can fit inside St. Peters.
I could go on for a long time about the Vatican, but you'll just have to come and visit! It's magnificent!
Next is The Borghese Gallery and grounds!
Went to have a cappuccino in the square before departing for Capri. Started raining (because I did not have my umbrella). I decided it would be a good time to catch up on my blog and I kid you not...all the electricity went out! It went back on and off a couple of times and Jack said the sound was like "carnival music." It did go back on and one more day got posted. Got on the boat to Capi. As you will see the sun is shinning because I convinced Jack we should ...
... to the top but the Sinking Boat Fountain was under construction. I guess this is the widest staircase in Europe and Keats and Bryon used to live nearby.
Moving on, we visited our first church, St. Ignatius de Loyola. I graduated from Loyola High School and was taught by Jesuits and Notre Dame nuns. We took many pictures of all the churches but of course they just can't do them justice. This church was amazing. The main ...