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... above him. I could have spent hours in there but Rich was pushing us toward St. Peter's, which is now the most amazing church we have seen yet. The first thing we saw when we entered through the massive doors was Michelangelo's Pieta glowing behind bullet proof glass. I felt as though I was in another museum with all the sculptures and paintings. We were sapped when we left Vatican City, so we decided to just walk down to the Tevere river ...
... people were saying. It was a fun night though.
On Sunday Marta had to work unexpectedly so we couldn't go to Tivoli. It was a bit frustrating but I decided to go to the Vatican museum to see the sisteen chapel instead. When I was in Rome 10years ago we weren't able to go inside because it was closed. I am so glad I went. I really didn't expect it to be a huge museum. It was beautiful and full of artifacts, statues, paintings, canvases and more. I easily spent 3 hours ...
... withdrew from the heights to another defensive line 20 kms further north and Polish troops had the satisfaction of securing the area of the Monastery. The road to Rome had been opened but at a tremendous cost. The Germans lost about 20,000 personnel killed, wounded or missing in action. The Allied toll was far higher - 55,000. A terrible price for a piece of land that had for many centuries been a place where peace was championed [but often to no avail]. ...
... off point to the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Élysées. It was a bit of a walk and we found a crepes truck set up at the start of the Champs Élysées, so we had to stop and have one, yum yum. We walked all the way up to the Arc de Triomphe and then down the other side, there were people every were, plus street performers, great shops and lots of restaurant and the Ledo, it was all rather festive. After that ...
... who explained the construction, function and entertainment of the Colosseum, back in Roman times. The Colosseum constructed with various technological functions, for example elevators that were used to bring the beasts and the gladiators up to the arena, through different doors in the floor, also the ceiling had a removable canvas cover created with technology used in the ...
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