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... wee hat on me, kissed me on both cheeks and wouldnt take 'no Grazie' for an answer... Fortunately it was only €5 for both Jarrod and I, and he was quite funny with his 'ciao bello' to Jarrod, and pointing his wooden sword at Jarrod's man parts. We went to Vatican City this morning... There wasn't much of a line, which was nice, but we still boosted it to the Sistene Chapel, just in case. Fortunately this time I remembered some cover for my ...
... but I didn’t. Also, the lighting in the chapel was not that great. It was raining all day today in Rome, so the light coming in from the windows was very weak. Despite all of this, I could still sincerely appreciate the artwork done by Michelangelo. The Last Judgment fresco is so detailed. The figures are strong and moving all over the wall. It truly is a sight to behold. I was also very pleased to see the frescos on the ceiling. After having gone my whole life seeing the ...
... I had when we arrived) for me plus a spinach, mushroom, pine but and Parmesan salad. Oh, and some vino. Walked back to Vespa shop and bought Lu's bag and magnets and then picked up some limoncello in a glass boot! Back to hotel to chill ... Out for a final visit to Angelina's before a taxi to the airport And the rest is boring ... very ...
Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Shopping at H&M, and outside the Vatican
Monday, December 30
Tour Rome on Bike or Scooter:
www.rentscooter.it (near Barberini)
www.bicibaci.com (near Repubblica) Cost: 50 ...
... or for the Farmacia (Pharmacy), lots of cars parked willy-nilly (more so than usual?!). On the other side is a bridge into the Jewish Ghetto; I’ll be doing that walk sometime soon.
The first of 3 churches on my route today was Santa Cecilia in Trastevere (there must be another not in Trastevere!). You enter from the Piazza through an archway into a medieval courtyard. Inside the church, there is a sculpture by ...