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... bragging) at each other when they made a sale. We did a 2 hour walking tour and saw many churches (more weddings), the opera house (3rd largest in the world), and statues galore. One square is known as the Square of Shame because of all the naked statues. Probably more scandalous because it was located right in front of a convent. The nuns apparently were not impressed. After Palermo we headed to Cefalu to see one of the most well-known cathedrals in ...
... route to the Sistine Chapel. Usually in tour groups I don't get bossy, but I was having flashbacks to my previous experience and wanted to a very different atmosphere. So we walked at a brisk pace through the unbelievably empty halls of the museum. When we entered the Sistine Chapel, there were only about 20 or so tourists in there. I finally had my "WOW" moment I really wanted to have my first visit. It felt so peaceful and holy. We were able to ...
... top of the dome. Yes, it lets in rain as well, which is supposed to be quite a beautiful sight—I may have to come back on a rainy day! The stone floor (a colorful geometric design) is actually the original from A.D. 117-128 (!), restored in the 19th century.
Following the maps in this book has been really challenging for me—it’s hard work! I managed to find the next location, Santa Maria sopra ...