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... En 30 minutes nous étions à l'aéroport. 50 Euros pour le voyage. Ça valu la peine car on voulait pas se taper du métro et de l'autobus avec nos valises.
Notre vol a été retardé d'une heure mais le voyage c'est bien passé et on a atterri vers 6h55pm à Montréal.
Nous sommes contents de notre voyage et aussi content de revenir chez nous.
Merci de nous avoir lu,
Au prochain ...
... maps in the Hall of Maps are upside down. At the end of the Museum tour is the Sistine Chapel. It's crazy crowded. I mean, literally, wall-to-wall people, and many are talking even though there's a guard at the front who says SILENCE! every few minutes. My honest opinion is that it was amazing to be in this room, to be somewhere so famous and historical. It was amazing to realize that a man lived in scaffolding for 4 years to create this ...
... Vincoli, a lesser-known church but significant insofar as it houses two little historical items: Michelangelo’s sculpture of Moses receiving the ten commandments, and the actual chains that held Peter captive due to his annoying work as a disciple. The Romans hate that, you know.
So back to the ship to rest up for tomorrow’s visit to Pompeii. I hope they’ve fixed it up since the last time I’ve seen photographs of it. ...
... and back by the Spanish Steps. We made a pit stop at the National Museum at Piazza Altemps; our first experience in an Italian museum. I loved the set up and the style: the museum had a huge atrium and lots of windows, allowing a great deal of light and fresh air to filter its way in. The walls were all painted in dark, striking colors, and the sculptures, sarcophagi, mosaics, and other pieces were spread around tastefully so as not to clutter the space and overwhelm the visitor ...
... that I so desperately needed. Needless to say, I was happy to get home, cook dinner and get back into my bed that night.
I still have so many exciting things to report on, but I think that most peoples blog attention spans are running out. Hope everyone had a super, fantastic, terrific weekend! CIAO!
*Kinder Bueno: A chocolate candy bar made seen all over Europe...you just have to try one to get the real jist, its pretty much unexplainable.