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... got into the express line for online tickets and within a short time we had started our walk through the museums. There are a series of beautiful courtyards, long passages, galleries, sculptures, tapestries to be enjoyed with the Sistine chapel as the highlight. But it must be said that the vast amount of people going through at the same time makes it a very claustrophobic and stressful experience. What can one ...
... The Roman and Etruscan collections were equally impressive. The individual rooms were breathtaking, several were painted by Raphael. The Modern art collection was amazing with Chagall's, Dali's, and many others, but we were overwhelmed and ready to enter the Sistine Chapel. The Chapel was beautiful but SO crowded, it almost took some of the enjoyment out of it. The audio guide helped us appreciate ...
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20. Jada, Keira, & Jamie- 3 Girls from Wales- we talked almost all night they thought I was 25...awww, I love them. Jada said, "You have 5 kids? When did you start? 13? Was it hard to be a teenage mom?" I love Europe. First I'm hot in London, now I'm young in Milan.
26. Meeting Stefano: Before Uncle Mike's dad past away he tried searching
for his family in Italy. Uncle mike continued the search & found the
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... at our apartment for several hours. We read, slept, FBed. It was nice. When the day cooled off, we went to dinner and then walked to the colosseum to see it lit up. So pretty. We also had wine and salad on the terrace before dinner. It was a nice, relaxing evening. We do know how to relax on a vacation too.
Great day! Tomorrow we say goodbye to Italy and hello to Monte Carlo. Let's see if we can get this trip paid for ...
... it; we wouldn’t have been able to move with all those extra people around. The square represents the core of the Vatican City, the smallest state in the world.
This tour took about 2 hours and we then had 45 minutes to shop or grab a bite to eat. Michael and I decided to share a Gelato as it had been reasonably warm and we were not particularly hungry! Back onto the bus and we headed off to our next stop – the Colosseum!
This building ...