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... maps looking lost, its very hard not to look like a tourist. We found the locals were not so good with their English compared to the Spanish.
Our last day in Rome was spend visiting the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and Raphaels Rooms. St Peter's Basilica was huge and amazing. We wandered the streets and found a guy doing some awesome paintings using spray cans. We went through Leonardo Da Vinci museum where Neil built ...
... hours to catch my train to Naples thank goodness. I had a very long walk ahead of me (8 train stops) so I found the nearest McDonald's (as coffee in Rome is small, average and overpriced) and bought a large latte and a crossiant. After I sat for a minute and enjoyed it I was off. It actually only took me just over an hour - speed walking - I still had enough time back at the hostel to quickly skype Mum and Dad. With no metros running, it was extremely convenient that the hostel ...
... on the walls of the church are actually intricate mosaics. There are also relics under the four pillars that support to dome. For example, a cross and lance. Below St. Peter’s excavations have revealed Roman Mausoleums that housed dead wealthy Romans.
This church is an absolute architectural wonder. No expense or resource was spared. The best ...
... you don't want to travel too far to go get something. Or you might
want to have a little break from the games and have a bit to eat because
those masks can get pretty sweaty.
I think that this place is suitable for a school group and even
older people that want to run around and have a bit fun because I know I
enjoyed myself and I went by myself. I met ...
... along the
outer corridors, reading a bit of the history before heading inside. Inside was just completely overwhelming...to imagine how they built all of that and the kinds of "entertainment" that went on inside those walls...it was really amazing to think about. We rounded the entire structure, taking pictures and resting on piles of stone ruins as the temperatures soared...it was pretty hot today! After taking all of ...