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... Vatican Museum. There are 3 significant building here to see. Our group gets immediate entry and we are thankful that we are on a pre booked tour when we see the line to purchase tickets and the tour guide advises us that visitors wait for hours to get in. Once in we head to the museum, we have a very speedy walk through with the major pieces of art work highlighted to us. Our guide is very knowledgable and she is able to detail each piece. This museum is not ...
... the end of the train station" then she realised that she was sitting on a chair that was facing me so it felt like she was going backwards but it was just because her chair was backwards. And we started laughing our heads off. After a while I fell asleep and woke up after what I thought 1 hour but dad said I was only asleep for 5 minutes which I found hard to believe. After our loooong hour and a half train ride which felt like 3 hours to me we checked into our ...
... but we walked its grounds and ran into a group of locals that were dog watching. Needless to say, we made new friends. The Tiber river crosses near Rome/Vatican City, so after leaving the Castel Sant'Angelo, we gently admired the brownish water passing under the bridges, as we listened to street musicians play near the bridge. Afterwards, we went to Palatine Hill and the Colosseum. Palatine Hill (after meeting the Pope and seeing the St. Peter's Basilica) was ...
Day 54 We have a city guild who takes use on a walking tour around Marrakech. We visit the Bahia Palace a splendid mansion built in 1866 for a former slave who had risen to a position of importance. We explore the tranquil inner courtyards, fragrant with orange blossom, themany salons and chambers that makeup this elegant home. We continue to the Marrakech museum, itself a former palace, which houses a fine collection of Morocan art and then. ...