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... All of the bones from the areas we went to have been removed to avoid theft, but the rest of the area remains the same as 1800 years ago. Catacombs are holes in the walls where christians are wrapped and buried. Much different to the ones in Paris. More creepy and very authentic.
Hard work and sore **** aside this was a trip well worth doing, and something very out of my comfort zone. Beautiful countyside.
... detailing history and art. Every inch of the walls, floors and ceiling is decorated in some way.
Descending stairs, we went the Chapel, and are politely reminded that this is a very Holy room, and as such noise must be kept to a minimum. The only sounds are that of shuffling feet, and camera clicks. The Chapel is not what I expected. It was small, and dark, and has walls obstructing areas. I thought the ...
... residents, and did the all important thing of sending some mail from the Vatican.
We did our own Rome city by night tour starting at the Spanish steps, we then headed on to the Vatican and got some great night snaps. We made our way through the city and visited Trevi Fountain, Piazza Novona, Pantheon, Roman Forum and last but not least the Colosseum. All was topped off by some good ...
... br> The next day we met with our tour group. I was the youngest person by about 30 years. But everyone was very nice. Our first stop was wandering through the Jewish ghetto.This is were the Nazis gave the Jews a couple days bring them 100 pounds of gold or else they would haul them off to concentration camps. They managed to get the gold but the Nazis took them anyway. Our Next ...
... s Arch. It was really extraordinary to see so many ancient relics so close to each other.
After we exited the Colosseum, we sat outside on one of the broken pillars, watching the shena****ns from a group of Italians posing as Roman Soldiers. There was a group of about 8 soldiers. The main one in the group was very loud and made it a real show. A tourist would walk past, and request a photo with the group, and they would turn it into ...