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... to the Papal residence where the Sistine Chapel is located. As we walked through the door and joined the crowd of hundreds of people all staring straight up we were first admonished to remain silent and then we joined the rest of the visitors in craning our necks for a better view at this incredible ceiling. There are entire art history courses dedicated to the works that Michelangelo produced in this holy gathering place so rather than try to relay everything we saw, I ...
... br> The Vatican museum is massive and would take a week to look through everything so we skipped that and went outside to have the Sistine Chapel paintings explained before entering as talking is not allowed nor is photography. The ceiling is breathtaking especially when you know it was painted by just 1 man over 4 years. It's great that Michaelangelo had a great sense of humor with some of the ways he depicted a ...
When we were eating lunch near the Castle del Angelo we came to see this guy in his so call fashion outfit. After a few hours going to a few other places n taking the Metro to another town , we happen to see him in the MacDonald. So I took a pic of ...
... City and more. The buildings looked beautiful, and took on a new character and feel when they were lit up.
After dinner, where we were treated to another four-course meal, which included pasta, chicken and tiramisu, we embarked on a walking tour of the city. We wandered past the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and Piazza Venezia.
It was exciting to be at the Trevi Fountain. We ...
... plague that was decimating the people. The fortress was renamed Castel Sant’ Angelo in honour of this event. In the 14th century it was once again converted, this time into a castle and a prison. Pope Nicholas III had the castle connected to St Peter’s Basilica by a fortified passageway. Pope Clement VII hid here during the Sack of Rome in 1527. Today the castle is the National Castel Sant’ Angelo Museum. The statue on the roof represents the angel from the ...