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... bus. We knew where we were going now and we had gone to bed early enough that we were easily down for breakfast at 7:00. At about 7:30 we stepped outside – it was pouring. Not raining, pouring. We were going regardless, but it was pouring. I looked at Jeff and said, "I want to change my shoes. And I think I better put on another layer." He decided he wanted another layer, too, so back we went.
As we were headed in, another older couple asked if we ...
Today we headed to the Vatican to see what all the fuss is about. We ended up going on a guided tour with a lady that we could hardly understand and earpieces that kept cutting out on us. There was some really nice art in the Vatican that dated back hundreds of years in some cases. It was so bloody busy though it was hard to take it all in. We ended the tour by entering the Sistine Chappell, this is where the roof has been painted by michaelangelo and ...
... cool). One of the most impressive collections was the remains of the statue of Constantine. The massive body parts were scattered around the court yard, it must have been HUGE when all put together. The museum also contained a lot of famous sculptures of Marcus Aurelius' and Commodus. One of the museums wings contained nothing but sculptures of important people’s heads. There were at least four rooms full!! We spent a few hours in the museum ...
... Malyalee from Christ College, Bangalore. Go figure.
For much of the stupendous 90 minute service I stared at the expansive frescoes on the ceiling or worried about my pants riding up the canyon. I paid attention when the rings were exchanged, clapped when the two were pronounced man and wife, s******ed silently when the mallu priest delivered his sermon in English, opened my mouth when communion was administered and listened with my mouth open when the professional tenor ...
Day 11: Assisi - Rome – USA
Following breakfast, we will board our bus that will bring
us to Rome Airport for our return flights home. We will bid farewell to
our new friends and to a Pilgrimage which will be in our memories and
hearts for a long time to come. We depart for Rome Airport and fondly
say, Arrivederci ...