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... has publicly criticised the mafia, and the first to imprison a criminal in the Vatican prison in over 100 years. Not to mention his views on gay marriage.
The tour overran and we had to scurry to the Vatican museum where we went straight to the food hall and sank in our chairs. I had gnocchi which was stolen by Steph, so I had penne with mussels, and Megan had ravioli. Kev, not being Italian like me, was a bit confused as to what was and what ...
... as the Louvre however has as much significants for historical art pieces. We then progress onto the Sistine Chapel, prior to going in our guide explains to us our Michael Angelou was commissioned by the pope twice in two different eras to complete work on this chapel. The ceiling took 8 years to complete. That's a long time to be lying on your back looking up. We are puzzled with how he did this and his level of commitment to the work. We enter the chapel ...
... we decided to leave the central circle and head to the line for the Sistine Chapel. We fought our way through the crowds and the people hawking **** on the side of the road and finally made it to the line. Once in line, we spent the next hour telling people "no, we don't want a guided tour that will get us past the line" and "no, we do not want the (insert item here - keychain, magnet, post card, etc)." It ...
... on St. Peter's Square for Ash Wednesday. The crowd patiently waited as the Pope shared his message to start this Lent season. I had talked to my mom the night before and apparently our family is friends with one of the Cardinals, Oscar Rodriguez, who serves in the Vatican. Small world! We then headed to Castel Sant'Angelo, a mausoleum originally commissioned by Roman Emperor Hadrian and his family. We couldn't figure out how to get to the top (or even where the ...
... and lots of roses, it was an oasis in the middle of the desert. In another we stopped for lunch and our lovely guild Kelide organised a couple of meat platters and salad for use to share, apparently he bought the meat by the kilo and then it was cooked on the Coles, just like a barbecue, it was delicious. We see the Atlas mountains in the distance and we pass by a big lake, the countryside is very dry and after passing many villages, ...