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Today was our walking day! Mom and I got up early and took a walk around, up to a church (which wasn't open) then got slightly lost, but found our way back to the Colosseum and had a walk around there - watching the trinket sellers setting up and people starting to line up to go in. We also found a larger grocery store just on the next street over from our apartment and picked up some more snacks and food. BTW - they have really good yogurt in ...
... tickets online in advance. Doing so costs a few euros more but allows you to skip the entrance lines. The line we skipped looked to be about 2 hours long in the blazing sun, so we considered it a huge win. To see all of the Vatican Museums you'd probably need 3-4 hours, but there were so many people there that Erin & I moved quickly through them to escape the crowds. The big stops were the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. The Sistine Chapel ...
... of Orvieto was built because a priest who was losing his faith had a miracle occur while he was in church - his sacrament bread, which was in his pocket, when he pulled it out was covered in blood which he believed to be the blood of Christ. This renewed his faith and the great cathedral was commissioned to be built. - Ash had another good comment about this one, that it looked like it was wearing pyjamas. This one was pretty spot on too, it had horizontal ...
... was about a woman who made a beauty cream of sorts – which is still available online! This woman discovered that a drop of her potion, taken internally would kill. Her potion was VERY popular with the ladies who wanted relief from their awful husbands. Women were 3rd class citizens back in the day and married off for financial gain. The woman’s daughter, Julia would sell the potion at churches and the pair made a lot of ...
Today we thought we would take a walking tour of Rome that started with the Pantheon, then the Trevi Fountain and then the Spanish Steps. All of these sites were only a few minutes away from our apartment, but busy none the less. I have to say that the site of the Pantheon was incredible as you walked down a lonely street to be smacked in the face with an incredible site. The Pantheon is so large that I'm not sure how it hides down these small streets but it does. This is the site ...
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