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Travel Blogs from Rome
This morning we had a quick visit to Piazza Navona again (we wanted to see it in the daylight), and spent more time at the Pantheon. It is amazing how close our apartment is to these two places. At the Pantheon, we did an audio tour and learned about some of the design features (it is an amazing building) and of the people buried there (like Raphael (the artist) and several Italian royals).
We had lunch at the apartment, then went to catch a bus for ...
... bit after we order our food they were complaining a little on how long the food was taking. Michelle and I get our food before they do and they clearly ordered before we did. Granted we got some nasty stares for a couple minutes from that table. All I can say is....don't be an ass to the servers (who aren't working on tips) and you'll get your food faster. The servers were really nice to Michelle and I asking if everything was ok and not talking to the other ladies. ...
... have had our share of pasta and pizza for breakfast lunch and dinner. Today we took the Vatican tour which was pretty eye opening too. My personal favourite was the Sistine chapel. Honestly, nothing can prepare you for the spectacle of it, I will tell you all about it when we get back. Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos in there. We are both extremely exhausted and are looking forward to a bit of r and r in Florence. Romans are badass. Bye ...
I knew that I was going to be doing a little bit of night flying, but this did not bother me because the conditions were great. I did not get out of London till around 2 PM. The weather out of London was a little tricky but I managed to get through it just fine. Because London has such busy airspace I had to be vectored all over the place. At one point I had 60-knot headwinds!!!! I was hardly moving at all!
... Pomodoro in 1990 for the Vatican Museums.
Back inside to wander through the galleries. The Vatican Collection is one of the largest in the world as it is several mini museums that make up Vatican Museums
- Ceramics (18th & 19th) Century
- Miniature mosaic
And so on.
We moved through each of the different galleries in absolute awe, not thinking it could get any better, and then the ...