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... Our Lord Saviour and the Vatican Post Stamp exhibition. Understandably the Sistine Chapel was resplendent although rather noisy, chiefly with the loudspeaker announcement every 45 seconds telling everyone to STFU in 3 languages. Another of my favourites was the Hall of Maps. Clearly stemming from my prominent fascination with maps and the process of collecting them, but this set was in a league of their own. Probably why it’s displayed in one of the most decorated halls in the ...
... size of the group we are provided with exceptional insights.
These museum rooms lead to the Sistine Chapel where the entrance is controlled, to a degree, by a small doorway. Imagine a six lane highway converging into one lane....and that is what both the entrance and exit in the Sistine Chapel is all about!
Upon entrance to the Sistine Chapel we are told that there is no speaking and no pictures to be taken. The Sistine Chapel, not a large ...
... has yummy smoothies! We are thinking pizza for dinner tonight since we have focused on pasta the past 2 nights. As of now, the next city we travel to is up in the air--Phil is doing lots of flight research. I will definitely post from there through :) I'm finding it hard to find down time to blog, so bear with me. I hope you are enjoying reading about our travels! It's hard to believe we have only been gone for a week and still have 11 more weeks to go. Miss you ...
... was overwhelmed with the most amazing view I've ever seen. Coming down the stairs wasn't nearly as bad as going up, and I was so grateful for being on the ground. We got to explore in the St. Peter's Basilica church once we got down, which was almost, ALMOST, just as amazing as the Sistine Chapel. Even though today was filled with so much walking, I can say I checked yet another thing off my bucket list today. And it was an experience I know I will never ...
... the train I was a little disappointed as all you could see was scaffolding, around the structure. But as I moved further around there was plenty that didn’t have scaffolding. I headed to the Roman Forum Ruins Gate
to buy my combination ticket as the line is a lot shorter and then headed into the Roman Forum to have a look. There were no maps, but plenty of information boards explaining what you were looking at, this was truly amazing to see the remains of a Roman ...
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