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... museum, we headed over to St. Peter's Square, which was set up for the Pope's weekly audience tomorrow. There were thousands of chairs set up so you couldn't really walk through the square, but rather around it. It was still rather impressive! As we headed into the Basilica, as part of one huge mass narrowing into a funnel towards the metal detectors, the columns and shear immensity of the church really is quite overwhelming! I ...
... of weeks.
We started October with our long-awaited excursion to Florence! We visited for our "long-weekend" so 4 days and 3 nights. It was lovely! It's a very manageable town that's quintessential Italy!
We visited Florence with my Art History professor, Paulo (who is quite flamboyant if I haven't already told you), with a purpose to learn LOTS of art. We saw the David, as an assignment. We went to the Uffizi, to take notes. And we went to Museo National, ...
... half after my initial arrival, the bus arrived.
I took the bus all the way to the Roman Coliseum. It was spectacular to see. The Coliseum was another location that I had seen since youth in movies and TV, and now, two millennia of history stood in front of me. I took a guided tour of the Coliseum and learned about its history from creation through modern times. The most interesting facts I learned were about the Coliseum’s current condition. Much of ...
... I at first thought was a concert. I asked a person with a staff shirt on what was happening in the piazza. I was very wrong. It was a huge political rally for the 5 star movement; a movement which is attempting to combat the nepotism that apparently runs rampant in the Italian government. Sporting the V for Vendetta logo in their own logo and wearing Guy Fawkes masks, they spent the afternoon hearing different speeches from their leading activists ...
... Sistine Chapel . So ,after a quick visit to St Peters Square we made our way back to the campground for a bit of peace and quiet. We discovered today that this period we are in Rome it is school holidays for 8 days as there are 2 Public holidays - 2 days go , Independence Day, and May the 1st ...... All we have seen in Rome is masses of tourists but no " normal people " going about their usual day - ...
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