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Last day - it had to come. The rain has not gone away but at least it's only a drizzle. From Santa Maria it's back to Rome for the final night. We arrived around lunchtime and to be honest I didn't really feel like rushing around to see a last few things. Instead I took a slow wander down Via del Corso which is Rome's main shopping street. The …
... most of them though have been moved out to museums so we couldn't see them. After the guided tour finished we were allowed to wander around and look at what we wanted but pretty much everyone just went back to the start for a gelato and beer! We got back to the hotel about 8pm and had a quick dinner before having an early night I don't think I remember my head hitting the pillow! Ciao Matt and Zach Ps no strange foods to report ...
... since I'm not terribly proficient at Roman history a lot of it as a bit beyond me. Still, I continue to be amazed by just how advanced the Roman's were. When they fell, the world was set back about 1500 years. Who knows, if they had continued we might be colonising other planets right now.
The Cripta Cappuccini was a short visit to a church run by a rather penitent collection of friars. I wasn't really in a reading mood so I went through the museum quite fast and ...
... and I took advantage of the last few minutes of sunlight to do a product placement shot of Defiance Whiskey in front of the Coliseum.
Then out to dinner across the river to the neighborhood of Trastevere. I had called several venues but had been told they were all full up for the night, but just for kicks we went to our first choice Glass and they said they might be able to get us seated in 30 min. Perfect! We had another cocktail and ...
... with either marbled sculptures, paintings, or tapestries. Many of the works have been donated or created for the city, but a number of the tapestries were only lent as displays. Michelangelo created many of the sculptures which are so detailed that they look eerily lifelike.
Most notably the Vatican City is home to the Sistine Chapel. Although Michelangelo had never painted before, he labored for four years starting at ...