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... If you didn't know, you aren't allowed to take photos in there at all. They have security guards in there specifically to monitor people and stop them if they do. There was one security guard who even asked to look at the camera and asked the photos to be deleted and watched the person delete them in front of him. We did manage a good shot of the roof though. I thought the famous finger touching painting was a bit bigger than it actually was in real life but it was ...
... now is a good time to introduce my roommate that I am studying abroad with- Zach, nice san dieagan boy. We realized a couple hours before our flight that we weren't going to be able to get into our apartment until the morning after we arrived so we were going to have to find a hostel to stay at for our first night in Rome. We took a train to Rome's center because the airport is actually like 20 miles away from the city of Rome itself and found a hostel ...
... complete, we descend the stairs out the front and head in the direction of the Pantheon. Eventually we find our way through the winding streets and into the Pantheon. Anne missed this last time and peeked through the original bronze doors, today we are in for a surprise, the painting of the 'Weeping Madonna' is on display. On the roof, a space invader and hundreds of people all trying to get the best location for photos. Strange, all those phones, iPads and the cameras ...
... made for the big city. Everyday I get back to the hostel warm and sweaty (lovely) and very tired and today I just sort of burnt out a bit. The places I'm visiting after rome should be a bit more chilled, hopefully with less marching around involved. I would definitely, definitely come back to Rome, but I would like to read up on renaissance art so I appreciate the galleries a little more, or at least can put them into context. I ...
... which had everrrrrything from meats, cheese, cabinet food, pickled jars and relishes, sandwiches and more. There were four different types of cheese for us to sample which included one of the strongest cheeses in the world. It looked more like a spread than a cheese and we were told cautiously by Jill that we only needed the tiniest bit. She was right, of course, because as soon as it hit the tongue, sharp hot flavours was all that could be felt. More like a super hot ...
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