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... incredible and a little overwhelming to be standing in such a historical landmark. We had dinner at a really weird restaurant and went back to our favorite fountain for the night.
The last day we headed to the Vatican. That whole area was gorgeous. We were roasting because we had to wear long sleeves and pants to be able to enter St. Peter's Basilica. Once we were inside, it was BEAUTIFUL. We spent a long time wandering ...
... and were glad that we did. The museum was really well done and the crypt was fascinating, if a bit weird and creepy. Also, the gift shop had the cutest Capuchin monk creamers and C and I each got one. We looked in the actual church as well which was small but beautiful. This was stop was one of the highlights of our whole trip.
Our next destination was the Piazza di Spagna. We used our Roma Pass and hopped on the metro for ...
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... and it is really incredible to see large marble buildings amongst the more modern.
Our hotel was just beyond the Pantheon, so we started there. From the back, which you could see from our hotel, the Pantheon looks like—in the words of my dad—an ugly water tower. From the front, though, it is incredibly well-preserved and impressive. From there we went to Trevi Fountain, which both my dad and I enjoyed the most out of ...