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Today we had to get up at five thirty in the morning because we had to get in the bus at six thirty. We had to get up so early because we were going to the Vatican. As soon as we walked up to the Vatican I was in awe. It was a large oval shape with pillars all around it and St. Peter's basilica and the popes house in the front. St. Peter's basilica was very large and very beautiful. The first thing we did in the church was have ...
... home to Capuchin Monks of the Fransiscan order. They moved to their current location in the city in the middle of the 19th century and bought the bones of their dead monks with them. Down in the crypt, a few of the monks started to arrange the bones in a variety of patterns and when the remains of al three thousand men had been laid out, the result was a startling and strangely thought provocative place. Heaps of femurs line the walls, skulls are paired with scapulas to make ...
... just out of the city centre, we had dinner at a local restaurant , and were amazed at the number of people out and about. Street after street was full of people walking around, having dinner, looking at the market stalls and watching street performers. It was a fantastic vibe in the streets around Trastevere. Today, we started at the Colosseum. We passed the Circus Maximus, where chariot racing took place, on the way. Once again, on the way to the Colosseum, I was amazed at ...
... a huge palace with fountains, vineyards and a commanding view of the city.
Tonight we visited the Trevi Fountain and threw in our coin. (This is done as a wish to come back to Rome). After we walked back to our B&B, we had another wonderful dinner.
The weather has been absolutely wonderful, sunny skies, 25 degrees C with minimal breeze. Perfect for walking this wonderful city. Goodnight for now...I have a bottle of wine waiting for me in bed with my wonderful ...
... and one really awful tour guide). Lucky my Aunt had pre purchased tickets (for only a few euros more) allowing us to use the 'express queue' and save oodles of time. After passing through security checks I made my way into the Vatican museum. To me, it felt like rooms and rooms of painting, sculptures, artifacts and tapestries that had been 'collected' by one little hoarder. The items were ...
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