Suite della Vite
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... was magnificent but the celebrated Creation of Adam was actually smaller than I had expected it to be. It was still magnificently perfect minus the announcement that would come on every few minutes telling us to be quiet as it is a chapel and also telling us to stop taking pictures. I don’t think the announcements actually changed or stopped anything. On the altar is Michelangelo’s Last Judgement where it is said that the artist’s agonizing self-portait can ...
... fat pitstop for gelato. I checked for my luggage for about the 75th time and then wasted some time on facebook. Not to mention, I kept up with my two favorite shows! Dance moms and Pretty Little Liars, yes I am going to watch those no matter what! I finally made it to the Euroadventure dinner which was crazy and really hard to get to too! There was at least 150 people there and we had like a 4 course meal, I could barely eat the first course! Plus all ...
... next adventure. Station is laid out more like an airport with lots of shops and a ton of platforms. Board train from a sectIon of the platform as marked on the ticket. This lines up with the carriage you are on. Train is very modern with recliner seats and free wifi. Less than an hour to Naples travelling at 280+km/h. Naples is a shock. Dirty and seedy neighbourhoods. Another super fast taxi down narrow streets and he reversed at high ...
... hard to describe and I'm not about to try. Have included some pics instead. It was first built back in 324 AD and later demolished after it was abandoned when the papacy relocated to Avignon. The present day Basilica was started in 1506 and took 120 years to compete. On exiting we see these quaint jester like fellows standing guard. The kids thought they were part of the entertainment. the Vatican security and protection is provided by ...
... church. Wait, what? No lines there either? So, we went right into the church with Rick Steves as our guide. Lots of tourists...no more lines! We downloaded Rick Steves' walking tours before we left, and we all crowded around Bryn's iPod Touch to listen. The good news is, we didn't lose anyone. As we were in the world's largest church, this was a concern. Apparently, the lettering around the top of the ...