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Travel Blogs from Rome
This morning we had our optional activity of a tour of the Vatican City. Fricken amaze-balls. Got to see the absolutely incredible works of Michelangelo inside Sistine Chapel. My neck hurt just after looking up at it for less than 5 minutes. This made you really appreciate the amazing feat he went through to stand like that for 18 hours a day for 4 years. It is such a shame that you can't take photos inside. It ...
Today we thought we would take a walking tour of Rome that started with the Pantheon, then the Trevi Fountain and then the Spanish Steps. All of these sites were only a few minutes away from our apartment, but busy none the less. I have to say that the site of the Pantheon was incredible as you walked down a lonely street to be smacked in the face with an incredible site. The Pantheon is so large that I'm not sure how it hides down these small streets but it does. This is the site ...
... one of these spaces, my breath would catch in my throat, and all I could think was, "Ahhh..."
Emerging into the Piazza della Rotonda from the shadowy Via dei Pastini and catching first a glimpse and then the full glory of the infamous Pantheon was one such "ahhh" moment. As with seeing the Coliseo for the first time, discovering the Pantheon elicits a curious mix of feelings. It's a little like a first kiss with someone ...
This morning the weather was calling for 20 degrees and rain, so we put on pants, grabbed umbrellas and headed down to the forum to buy our tickets for the colosseum. The tickets for the colosseum come as a 3-in-1 with the roman forum and palatine hill, therefore it's possible to buy the tickets at any of the entrances, not just at the colosseum itself. We joined the queue of about 10 people at the forum and got our ...
... up the things we wrecked first… really just the side mirror that got knocked off in Wales).
With ten days to explore one of Europe's greatest cities we obviously visited all the big attractions. We visited the Trevi Fountain in the middle of the day when it was packed with people as well as at night (when it was also packed with people) and at dawn (after a 5:45 am start) when it was peacefully devoid of crowds except for a couple of other ...
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