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Back to the centre of a Rome today, to view some of the masterpieces of the famous Michaelangelo, first of all a walking tour with our local guide Suzana starting with a visit to the mighty Colosseum and the Roman Forum, both were magical to visit. Then back to St Peter's Square for a public blessing by the Pope Francis, thousands of people lined the square, after his service (not understood by us as all in Italian), he boarded his Pope Mobile and ...
... rates. - As always, stay aware of your surroundings and belongings. - Expect small showers/restrooms, but don't let it ruin your trip! - Public restrooms: not it the best shape, so do your business and move on with your day! Carry some hand sanitizer :) - Push yourself to learn! We were fortunate to have excellent, bilingual tour guides; but, we overheard others doing self directed tours or large group tours make comments like "once you've seen one you've seen ...
Everyone was looking pretty shady and tired this morning, Simon was too sick to come out today. We bussed in to the Vatican where we had a 2 hour guided tour of the museum and Sistine Chapel. The museum was very similar to the Louvre but was still really pretty and interesting. I was really excited for the Sistine Chapel and it was even more amazing than I imagined. Every surface of the interior is covered in ...
... everything being fresh - we bought some lovely pear and pecorino ravioli (as well as some beef ravioli) to take home for a dinner tonight. There were hundreds of different cheeses, pastas, meats, beers, wines - everything! Certainly something to see, and it's location in a disused train station was very clever.
Home for a few minutes before Mass at St Clemente, then dinner with Cathy and Ian - another lovely ...
... He was great, was married to a Russian, spoke six languages and had lived in Rome for some time. We managed to beat the crowds and highly recommend personalised tours as we were able to take our time and Brandon was a wealth of information. As he had studied religion and art history we decided the following day to go with Brandon again to visit the Vatican City, Sistine Chapel and St Peters Basilica. Truly spectacular as well as ...