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... the men walking by him but he obviously could not speak English as he looked at me strangely and said something in Swiss. I looked back at him equally puzzled and I'm pretty sure he swore at me as he walked away. Another funny experience was the men on the street trying to sell selfie sticks to us when we clearly already had a selfie stick. One time, we were trying to take a selfie with our selfie stick when a ...
Two of the Canadian girls I ate gelato with last night and I woke up early and took the train to the Vatican museum. You need to get anywhere early here to beat the lines. After battling through the endless line of people promising you can skip the line if you buy tickets from them (which is not true) we only had to wait half an hour. The museum was great, I was told you need a whole day but it only took us a couple of hours. We visited the Sistine Chapel and it wasn't what ...
... on the ceiling. The Sistine Chapel is of great significance because it is Michelangelo's largest and arguably his best painting. He would admit to being a sculptor and not necessarily a painter, so it is incredible to see the balance he had in all things artistic. The way he painted on the ceiling itself is the most difficult form of fresco painting, which he had never attempted before. He was ...
When I got up I was feeling a bit excited because one of the places I was going to was the Colosseum. The Colosseum has so much history behind it considering it has been around for 1936 years and is one of the greatest attractions in Rome to experience. Everything about this place was amazing so many things to look at so much history to learn about and ...
... dark corridors that led further into the catacombs...we were told that there was over 11 miles of tunnels!! It really was quite interesting to learn about...our guide was great!
Afterwards we were ready for more shopping...had to finish Rome up right. Then it was back to our favorite restaurant, La Mucca Bischera for some more pasta and pizza! Tomorrow is Madrid so no more pasta, pizza or gelato for us. We will miss ...