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... we proceed to St Peter’s to view this beautiful Basilica, and the works inside. The church is huge and every inch is decorated with marble columns and floors from many parts of the world and large paintings of biblical scenes by many of the best artists of the time. It is truly a breathtaking environment.
After completing the tour we say ciao to Christine and head over the ...
... When we got back and read through a friend's suggestions on where to go, we realized that we had kneeled before a relic of the manger. Very cool. Then we ventured over to the Capuchin Crypt and Museum. This was a wonderful museum, as it was air conditioned, unlike so many museums here, but it was also very interesting to learn about the Capuchins, a sect of the Franciscans, and their many saints, good works and relics. The last four portions of the museum were four rooms ...
The most interesting thing happened to me several times during the course of the week. At random times, I'd be listening to someone from the school talking, and a feeling of it all being surreal would wash over me. I've been planning this huge shift in my life in earnest since February; dreaming of the change for so much longer. I have to pinch myself - I'm really living this life!
Last week was chock full of more firsts for ...
... overwhelming and I could have just stayed in that entire room all day.
Seriously, if anyone ever gets the chance, Rome is certainly a place to be. There is non-stop activity of museums if that is what you want and each is more stunning than the next.
*Tips from Rome
1. If anyone hands you anything, don't take it! The birds and the palm reading both costed money but my friend and I expected to pay for it. People ...
... and ostriches. Battles and hunts were often staged amid elaborate sets with movable trees and buildings. Such events were occasionally on a huge scale; Trajan is said to have celebrated his victories in Dacia in 107 with contests involving 11,000 animals and 10,000 gladiators over the course of 123 days. During the early days of the Colosseum, ancient writers recorded that the building was used for naumachiae (more properly known as navalia proelia) or simulated sea ...