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... size of the group we are provided with exceptional insights.
These museum rooms lead to the Sistine Chapel where the entrance is controlled, to a degree, by a small doorway. Imagine a six lane highway converging into one lane....and that is what both the entrance and exit in the Sistine Chapel is all about!
Upon entrance to the Sistine Chapel we are told that there is no speaking and no pictures to be taken. The Sistine Chapel, not a large ...
... battled for bragging rights, but it is nonetheless an impressive piece of architecture that leaves room for the imagination.
We didn’t go in due to the mass hoards of people, but we opted to take a leisurely stroll through the Roman Forum that sits on the foot of the Colloseum.
With our Roma Pass (36 Euros for a 3-day pass), we were allowed free access into the ruins and it was well worth the 40 minutes ...
... The last place we stopped was a market on the way home for tomato sauce and lunch fixings for the drive to Sorrento the next day. I wish I could bring home dinner for all of you to try! It was so good. Nick made 2 types of pasta and 2 types of sauces. We don't know if it's the ingredients, the water, or the fact that we were eating pasta in the pasta capital but it was much better than we would have made if we were at home. Maybe it was also the 2 bottles of ...
... about 1 block up from my apartment. It's not a clean river but it does add character to the neighborhood.
The neighborhood itself is quaint and lovely. I enjoy all of the tiny shops and it is definitely where only students and locals hang out. I'm excited to continue to explore and find all of the best little authentic cafés and ristorantes. For now it's just a matter of me getting over this jet lag and navigating to school and back.
Until next time, ...
... used the art form of tenebrism. Tenebrism is the style of painting that uses darkness, light sources, and shadows to portray a scene.
Friday was pretty much a lazy day. For dinner on Fridays we have V.I.P. (very Italian pizza), and a special guest. This Friday we had pizza and watched the Human Experience. It was a very touching documentary that really got me thinking about my family. One part was about a lady with ...