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... small jam tart which was very enjoyable. A petite local lady came into the shop with her grandchild, she must have picked her up from school. The grandmother took off her helmet and placed it on the floor (she obviously rode a vesper) and then she took out her mobile phone before she ordered some treats for the girl. A very hip grandma! - she was well known by the shop keepers. It was getting a bit hot and Glenys was feeling a bit zapped today ...
... pretty disappointing! Walking around the Vatican was amazing, it was so huge and all the roman columns really sets it off. I didn't do the tour inside and turns out it was a good call because apparently it was a very average tour. I saw a few pics of inside the Sistine chapel though which was very impressive! Still can't believe this place is it's own country, it's like a block long ...
... which destroyed the wooden upper levels of the amphitheatre's interior. It was not fully repaired until about 240 and underwent further repairs in 250 or 252 and again in 320. An inscription records the restoration of various parts of the Colosseum under Theodosius II and Valentinian III (reigned 425–455), possibly to repair damage caused by a major earthquake in 443; more work followed in 484 and 508. The arena continued to be used for contests well into the 6th century, ...
... Chapel and St Peter's Basilica. While this was my second time I still found it amazingly overwhelming taking in the various forms of art, architecture and sculptures created by Raphael, Michelangelo and Bramante. One of the highlights of this tour for me was our guides rendition of the history surrounding the creation of the last judgement in the Sistine Chapel. Including references made to doing it doggie style, others in the wanting what he was having and a ...
... images for that. The Sistine Chapel is somehow now copywrited after it was restored, so no photos are allowed, but it was incredible to see in person. I thought it would be bigger than what it is, but as we walked through the same door the Pope uses, my eyes didn't know where to look first. Having just finished the bible, I knew the stories behind the paintings, but Katarina provided the stories behind the project.
We had one last building to explore before ...