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... in through the stained glass, the four tenors...the catholic school girl in me got just a little teary eyed. I saw a woman who had a draped scarf on her head and it made me think of going to church as a little girl with my grandmother who would not enter the church without first draping a lace handkerchief on her head. No one does that anymore, but at that moment I wished I had had one just to honor Josefina. After Mass, we headed to the Dome ...
... not only because of her Bolshie qualities . I am so glad I took a guided tour rather than wandering through such an amazing place on my own. I would never have understood the meaning behind what I was looking at. I wished people could have shut up like they were supposed to in the Sistine Chapel. Sadly photos inside the chapel prohibited but I doubt my happy snaps could do it justice anyway. Most memorable was the Pieta. Couldn't stop looking at it. ...
... people start to converge and the area narrows and then you are crowded.m it is good our tour guide spent a lot of time discussing the Sistine before we go in. There are many copies of the ceilings and walls in the garden allowing tour guides to discuss each section. Once you get into the chapel the guards keep every one quiet. The sound is not good for the frescoes and so the tour guide is not allowed to talk. If they are caught they get 3 tries and then they are band from the Vatican ...
... who had just been moved to Morocco with the US Embassy. She had just been transferred there from spending the last 4 years in Burma and would now spend a year learning Arabic before beginning her next 4 year posting in Morocco. She was amazing to talk with and some of her stories were absolutely fascinating. At the airport I met a guy from Canberra who had spent the last 4 weeks in Israel. He told me of the 2 families he stayed with that both ...
Friday morning we were up bright and early to get the first bus to the train station at 8am. We had a lot to do today so wanted to make an early start. What we didn't account for was the Rome train system. We had to wait for quite a while so didn’t get into town as quickly as we had hoped.
First stop was the Vatican City. We went to St Peter’s Basilica and the square. We decided not to go inside as the line was huge at 9.30am already and we ...
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