Courtyard Rome Central Park
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shops,....then found a comfortable place to wait.
About 15 minutes before Dennis was due to land, I wondered over to the area where he would exit. Good thing too,....because he was a little early. I was standing there all smiles,....holding my 'Welcome Dennis' sign high when he walked through the doors. He didn't see me at first,...so I had to run along side him ...
... ours. David missed the part of our trip after the Colosseum as he wheeled Sunny thru using the lifts. Our tour leader gave them a private tour but they still missed a large amount that we saw. The wheelchairs cannot make it thru on the cobblestones. It is nearly like rock hopping in a river. I really felt badly but he insisted on taking Sunny and wouldn’t hear of anyone else touching the wheelchair. David is always making corny jokes but is fun and ...
... to adhere to a standardised flow of traffic. In other words, follow the line and nobody will get hurt. With the knowledge bestowes upon us by Tatiana were able to make some sense of the beautiful frescoes and paintings that the papal rule had managed to collect (through means of donations, purchases or theft >.<) over the years. Notable frescoes include Raphael's "Deliverance of Saint Peter" which demonstrated the master's expertise ...
... hundred meter long corridor, the Sistine Chapel and rooms housing sarcophagi reliefs and popemobiles. The art in all the rooms were terrific. And much more time could have been spent staring and studying. But all the standing up was tiring. Left satisfied and to a street lined with street vendors of Vatican and Rome related souvenirs. Bought a large slice of pizza each for dinner before St Peter's Square and the great dome ...
... br> And while we didn't step foot in St. Peter's Basilica itself, we sat awhile and marveled in its immensity while we were in the neighborhood. It's hard to explain just how large this church is, but to put it in perspective, check out the picture here. See the tiny people waiting in line at the bottom? See the statues lining the roof? Wrap your brain around the difference in size. Fun fact: those statues are 19 feet tall.