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... and the statues made it awesome! I then continued my way over to the Coliseum and realized I did everything in Rome I wanted to do. Since the sun was actually out, I figured I'd pay 1 more visit to the Vatican to see it in a not as cloudy setting. When I got there there were a lot of people out and about and the Vatican looked even cooler when there was sun! After about 10 minutes, I decided to head to 1 more stop before calling it a visit. I went to Spagna to see what ...
... me. Regardless, it was tasty. Then came my gnocchi. It was the best I've ever had. I have heard that Americans typically don't like true Italian dishes because they don't taste like our Americanized versions. I was pleased that I loved it. :) After I ate every last bite, and then soaked up every last drip of marinara sauce with my remaining bread, the server came back and offered me dessert. I haven't had any traditional Italian desserts (other ...
... and contains some wonderful architecture by Bernini and Borromini who competed in their day. The highlight for us is the ballroom with 16th C painted ceiling which is a veiled homage to the Barberini family as VIPs with the usual cherubs, gods and angels. Met up with friends to see their digs and had a fine Argentinian meat and vegetables farewell night topped off with 'dulce de leche' pancakes and creme caramels. Walked home across town in the moon light, very ...
... and colleges, and has always been a major worldwide intellectual and educational centre, especially during Ancient Rome and the Renaissance, along with Florence.
Rome has a large number of universities and ...
... Vatican city we found a nice church and the Palazzo di Giustizia (Palace of Justice, why palaces of Justice are so big and beautiful everywhere? As I thought when I saw Brussels palace of Justice, the world would be more fair if they didn't spend so much money in Justice...)
And at last, the Castelo ...