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... br> The extreme heat was taking its toll so we caught our bus and rode it back to the Vatican. Along the way we saw several more sights that we can look at tomorrow. We just missed our shuttle back to the campground so we walked a short distance back to an ice cream place and relaxed in the shade with ice creams. I opted for a diet coke.
Now back at the campground it's time to do laundry. I'm doing that while the kids are enjoying the ...
... up into smaller groups to be given a three-hour tour of the city. Within those three hours, my group (lead by Ryan Reedy) saw/learned about St. Peters, Pizza Navona, San Luigi de Francesi, the Pantheon, Pizza Deinazia, and the Forum. Needless to say, we have not even scratched the surface of the Eternal City.
Day three was unfortunately less exciting and consisted mostly ...
... by a cheesy snowman.
First Course (Team Parent trap)
Indulge your taste buds with this rich and scrumptious dreamy, creamy and steamy Carbonara and feel like you're driving down the Amalfi coast as you live the Italian dream
Second Course (Team Love Actually)
Baked salmon fillet
Feel the love and affection ...
... they drank contaminated water sending them a bit la la!
There was a noticable lack of frescos in the buildings ruins. Not sure why that is the case but I manged to find some small examples. Many of the buildings were on a larger scale than what we had seen before, the baths were bigger, the columns were bigger, the ponds were bigger, most things were bigger.
During the decline of the ...
... Castel has that "don’t mess with me look". There is a corridor [the Passetto] on the top the old Vatican wall between St. Peter's and the Castel Sant' Angelo which Pope Clement VII used to evade the attacking armies of Charles V when they sacked Rome in 1527. It is the same one used by Tom Hanks in "Angels and Demons".