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... would have been like. One thing that did amuse me was people taking photos from strange vantage points. It wasn't really that difficult to work out where to stand to get the best photos but obviously not everyone has the eye for it!
After the Colosseum we visited the Forum and Palatine Hill. There was a lot to see and the site was bigger than I imagined it to be. It was nice just to walk around and imagine how the place would have felt, which you're still able to do despite ...
... try, we spent the rest of the morning wandering around the suburb and building up an appetite, before heading to De Enzo Restaurant and just beating the Saturday lunch rush of locals for a table.
I had an amazing Rigatoni (with a sauce of Ox tail, celery, raisins and pinenuts) while Jase enjoyed massive meatballs in a home-style tomato pomodoro. It was a great meal full of local produce, and with our bellies full, we headed ...
Today we visited the Vatican. We toured the Vatican Museum, where Bella used her camera to take a picture of every fairy (angels) she saw. SHe enjoyed seeing how many angels she could find and there were a lot. We visited the Sistine Chapel and saw the magnificent ceiling. What a great work of art by a sculptor. After leaving the chapel, we went to St. Peter's Basilica, the largest church any of us have ever visited. It was a very hot day ...
... with a portable wifi unit, which meant we could take it with us as we toured Rome. How cool is that?!? We went to bed eager to start our explorations the next morning. Then it happened. Gord had a reaction, probably to the beef, and woke up in the middle of the night sweating and nauseas. Luckily it passed quickly! Still, we started later than planned, and my leg was still being a pest so we ended up taking a cab. It was a beautiful, warm and awe-inspiring ride. So much ...
... to accommodate a small child. As I slipped down the steps I was wondering how would a person in a wheel chair gain access to the toilet? They are defiantly not ADA compliant; this would not fly in CA.
When we tumbled upon (the map was hard to read and at this age I for got my reading glasses) Saint Peter's Square around 10:30 AM and found the line to get into the Vatican City wrapping around the square. It looked to be a days to get in. Not even for ...
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