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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">The Vatican area became a country in 1929. It has a very high wall (1500 started) surrounding it. Complex took a very long time to build, it's huge. The Romans were very powerful and befriended the Jews because they were the brokers and often fair,and educated.
The entrance looks like arms but from Jewish perspective looks like the shape of a key like on the Vatican coats of arms.
... a fool because he told me in Italian that you can eat these crabs with fettuccine and cream. When I said, "NO!" they just laughed at me.
Anyways, Anzio was a lot of fun and we were all glad that we planned a little getaway from the city. Anzio is known to be less touristy and we could tell there was a huge difference from Rome. I'm not sure that we would have survived if we hadn't have brought our awesome Italian speaking friend with us.
... the Vatican. 6. If you change the Vatican you change the world. 5. The catacombs in Rome include 30 miles of tombs including 16 Popes. 4. 30 miles of Catacombs = 500,000 tombs - many of which contain multiple bodies or entire families. 3. Michelangelo's Moses' eyes will follow you if you walk past him. 2. A cold Peroni hits the spot after 8 hours of touring 1. There are no coincidences in ...
... it would be better to through the Australian 20 cent pieces we had left in our wallets instead of our Euros into the fountain. On a general view of the crowd it seemed as though the correct shoulder to throw your coin over was the right and the was no superstition elements similar to salt. So away we went throwing our coin over our right shoulder and into the fountain. Later that day we would realise that we both forgot to make a wish when we threw it... Oops! ...
... very simple! Only two lines andthey are clearly signposted where they go and buying a ticket is very simple too (1.50 for single trip). Got of at the right stop and got overground and was lost before I even started. It's getting a hit ridiculous how often I am lost now. Made it to the meeting point eventually and was walking through the vatican security at half ten. Pre booked tickets definitely the way forward as the queue was already huge.
Wandered about for a bit, ...