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... had broken in Assisi, and then went near St. Peter’s Square to eat
some much needed pizza at Pizza Rustica. We had intended to climb the dome of
St. Peter’s, but the line was just too incredibly long it would’ve taken
forever to just get in the church, let alone get to the top of the dome. So we
decided to split up, Julia and I, and Nohely and Mariana, and then meet up at
St. Peter’s by the fountain at 5pm.
Julia and ...
... in part by Michelangelo and now home to the French Embassy) and across the river to the old Roman neighborhood of Trastevere for dinner.
The goal was to walk everywhere, and to see what we could in the rather limited time we had. We did not have time to go into most of the places, or if we did the visits were brief. In reality it was a bit like driving to the Grand Canyon, getting out of the car, poking your ...
... to a square named Piazza de Popolo with FOUR churches, one on each corner. On the way back to our hotel, I wanted to stop at the church we passed everyday on the way to the metro to pray a prayer of thanksgiving for His gift of this amazing vacation. Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and Martyrs used to be the ruins of bath houses built by Christian slaves. In 1541, a Sicilian monk got papal authority to build the church to honor Christian ...
... but I couldn't believe how perfect it was! We also saw some of Michelangelo's unfinished sculptures. I would have liked to stay longer as we only saw two or three rooms, but are glad we did this as it was an optional addition to the trip. After the museum, we had a guided walking tour of Florence, which finished up in a leather factory, where we came very close to buying some leather jackets (but we decided we really don't need them!). ...
... erected the monumental fašade. An imposing construction that was as big as a football field and as high as a
thirteen-storey building, crowned with the colossal statues of Jesus, Giovanni Battista and the apostles.From the portico, you enter the Basilica through five heavy bronze doors: the one on the far right is called the "Porta Santa", which is only opened during the jubilee year.Inside, the effect is truly impressive and what surprises the most are ...