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Sunday, our last day in Rome we had decided to visit the Sistine chapel, which I was really looking forward to, as the paintings on the ceilings by Michelangelo are one of the few things I can remember seeing when I visited there with my mother at eight years old. But we didn't think to check, and it is closed Sunday's. Of course! One of the most famous catholic churches in the world is closed Sunday. We headed to the Vatican ...
... one of the beloved Quattro Fontane (Four Fountains).
We got back to the yacht in plenty of time for the “sailaway” which Roger recorded using the video feature on his camera. We had our usual party in our stateroom at five and then headed to hear Rain Duo in the Compass Rose venue. We all agreed they didn’t start to compare to our favorite band and singer in the main lounge ---Cool Breeze.
Stepped on up to the Star ...
... Zane and Holly while Chris walked in to the Basilica to have a look. No crowds, no queue. No Il Papa giving us a wave today, probably will pop out tomorrow, Sunday. However he may be busy with Obama. That was the word in the Colosseum queue. We did see several men in dark suits standing around a stage like area nearby obviously not tourists. Queue we did at The Colosseum! But only for about ...
... br> We were quite tired from all the walking - so we decided to sit at a cafe in front of the Pantheon. We ordered espressos and hot chocolates. It was pretty great timing as it was dusk and there was live music playing in the Square. We walked to the Piazza Navona and the place was buzzing!!
I remember feeling so cold and under dressed. They had mini markets in the middle of the square surrounded by restaurants and cafes. Not going to lie, I ordered ...
... coupled with the winter weather made conditions particularly harsh.
Italy is no stranger to armies having at each other on its soil. The sad thing is that over the years, the conflicts seemed to get more and more destructive. But enough of war and such nasty things. Perhaps everyone needed to take more heed of the sign above the door to the Monastery – “PAX”.
Well, that’s about it for this session. So till next report...