BEST WESTERN Hotel Piccadilly Roma
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... past the waiting line to the St Peter's Basilica, the waiting line seemed to be wrapped around the whole of St Peter's Square. After picking up a audio guide, we entered St Peter's Basilica. This place has Westminster Abbey's card, this place was just wow. I kept finding myself saying it over and over again. Luckily you can take photos inside, but they will not do St Peter's Basilica justice. After strolling around for a while, we decided we had enough of ...
... for about 2 hours in Singapore . Well that stopover was relatively harmless. Just a walk up and down, loo break, bit like a hop on hop off bus . Back on the plane, same seating arrangements, more food, couple of small bottles of French red, very nice. Our seats are at the back of the plane so the flight tends to get a bit bumpy so we hugged a bit. Away we go and excitement is brewing with our second trip to Italy laid out in the front of us.
... enough to arrive just in time for mass in one of the smaller chapels. It was in Italian and it was nice to just stop and say a prayer for our family and friends back home.
After Vatican City it was time for lunch and then more walking, the goal was to get to Trevi Fountain and have some gellato while enjoying the sights. Well, that was the goal of a few other thousand people as well so yes we had gelatto, yes we saw the Trevi Fountain, no ...
... well worth the 9 euro per person extra) of the other two extra areas.
We left the Coliseum at 4:45 PM, because we wanted to make the 5:30 PM free tour of the city (which left from the Spanish Steps). We took the subway and got there just in time for the tour to start.
The tour guide was not that great. She kept telling us that she would show us little secrets of Rome, then the little secret wound up being ...
... who laid the the first 90km stretch of Appian in 312BC. So, our Appian guide took us to St Peter's Basilica first. Two (not so eloquent but apt) words: mind blowing. Two more: magnificent opulence. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. St Peter's is the heart of the Catholic Church and the adjacent Vatican Museum is a repository of some of the oldest, most beautiful and valuable artwork of history. I can't help but think that some of this wealth could be ...