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An early start this morning to see the Vatican. We had already been last time we came, but it was part of this tour so went again. Did see some different aspects,e.g. The Bramante staircase which was a spiral ramp leading up to the museum behind the Sistine chapel. Nice views. Sistine chapel, of course was too crowded, as usual. And St. Paul's basilica. Would just to love to go there when there was nobody around but that is ...
... planes: 3
# of trains: 54
# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 32
# of monies found: 1.03 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 ...
Today is Tuesday the 22nd of October. SO that means we have Art and Architecture!!! A couple of us woke up early and went to the Vatican to send some post cards. I sent roughly ten postcards and my friend sent roughly 26!! We then got on the bus and headed towards our meeting spot. Dr. Connell said that today was going to be a walking day and he was right. We walked a lot and didn't actually see that much. ...
... thousands of tourists there.
Next it was on to the Spanish steps which I was told was not far away, but so you think I could find them? I walked for half an hour, up and down streets asking directions and still couldn't find the Piazza di Spagna. Finally I caved and brought a guide book (LP guide safely back at the hotel, brilliant!) only to find I was a block away! Rome 2 DAT 0. I had fantasies of sipping a coffee in the Piazza admiring the view ...
... 8211; why not?!). Since there was still some room left, a simple caprese salad with a glass of rosť at a modern restaurant close by my hotel, NUMBS Piazza di Spagna, filled in all the chinks.
Overall a very laid-back day to help get over the jet-lag that prevented me from posting to the blog right away. Stay tuned for Days 2 and 3. I also promise that there will eventually be pictures of me ...