BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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... before and after the museums are open, it is somewhat underwhelming when compared to Westminster Abbey We head to the final part of the tour, St Peter's Basilica. By contrast to the modest interior of the Sistine Chapel, St Peter's is amazing. The building can fit 90,000 people, although is typically restricted to 50,000 during papal masses, with capacity for 250,000 in the square outside. Amazingly, while most of the papal tombs are below St ...
... the congregation sits is definite theatre with the different expressions and poses - beautiful pieces of art work Probably well worth the 50 year wait, although probably neither the Pope or the architect would have seen them in their lifetime.
Overall it was a great church and beautiful in it's feel and charm. There are a few photos below for you to enjoy.
... was stinking hot already and there were a ton of people I couldn’t imagine midday in here! We finally arrived in the Sistine Chapel, by then it was 3 hours in the Vatican I was pretty exhausted and overwhelmed the place was jammed with people I just wanted to find a seat and take it in. NO PHOTO was being screamed out to people, we found aseat in the back and sat aghhhh yes my feet and knees and back and everything screamed out thank you!!! ...
... apparently the place to be on a Monday night. So Sam, Angie, Luke and Jo get in a cab & head there. Jackson, Jackie, Paige and I try to find another cab to follow them. We're in the cab on the way to Shari Vari but then I receive a call from Sam telling me that its closed and to just stay where they left us. So we made the cab turn us back around & we were back to the start. We walk around the area to find another bar to sit at. We eventually find one & the girls and ...
... City we lined up for St. Peter's basilica, which surprisingly didn't take too long. The inside was just unbelievable with all the detail to the walls and ceilings and floors. The day was passing by and I was definitely fading (after being used to having afternoon naps on the boat or at hostels or on transport) Last stop of the day Vatican museum, which had to be done as I was in the area and Rome has so much to see and do I had to make sure that I wasn't ...