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... as leaned a lot of history. That night we went to the Vatican Museum. We toured ancient artifacts and saw Michalangelos Sistine chapel. It was great to see the Vatican at night as there were fewer crowds. Woke up early the second day and visited the Bourghese gallery which had a huge collection of sculptures and paintings. There were many amazing sculptures of Bernini, a very famous sculpture during ...
... hop on - hop off bus tour for today, so that's the plan for now. Our room is basic but sort of cute and has lovely big shutter windows and just to make me feel at home, there's a man peeing in the toilet upstairs. The Romans have been so welcoming :) Karen has just got out of the shower and told me we only have cold water so I guess I should go and experience a lovely cold shower so we can head off and have Maccas for brekky before becoming culturally awakened here in Rome.
... there's a different cross there now). They placed it where there used to be statues of pagan gods.
We also went to the Basilica of St Paul, which dates back to the 4th century AD, where Paul's bones are buried at the main alter. On Paul's 4th missionary journey he was summoned to Rome, he always wanted to go to Rome to preach the gospel. He was put under house arrest, and he was allowed ...
... believe it. Built over the spot St Peter was first buried it was originally designed in the 4th century then redesigned in 1503. Of course you can also see St. Peter's square from the basilica.
Outside the Vatican we then toured
The Bridge of Angels: (Ponte Sant'Angelo) built in 134AD and used for various reasons but known as the bridge of angels due to the statues dedicated to saints Peter and Paul and the four evangelists
The Capicini ...
... good and Amie got gnocchi again but said it wasn't quite as light and delicious as the one from That's Amoré.
The area of town we were in here was just south of the river and is part of the "old town." So we strolled for a while and ran into a large crowd watching a man on an elevated unicycle juggling torches, which was quite impressive. We tipped him a euro or so and started heading towards the river.
After purchasing some Italian wine ...
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