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... a stroll through the markets.
Next stop was Castel San Angelo which was an interesting look at the papal rooms and secret passageways.
Then the Vatican. Awesome! This time we climbed to the cupola(Dome) of St Peters which took us up 551 steps to the very top. It had narrow, narrow steps that spiralled upwards and the passageway was only body width and the steepest staircase right at the top. It was an awesome sight. ...
... but we had time to eat dinner and get everyone situated for the flight. (ie multiple potty stops for the little ones)
so that is our time in Rome. I left out a few colorful stories. . . . Sunday night, Dan and I hear some yelling outside our window. (we are on the second floor, so it was kinda loud with street traffic) anyways, the yelling isnt just normal loud expressive italian, this was psycho italian. So we open the window ...
... and the entrance hall looked very dated…hell, they were still using keys for the doors! Initially, their paperwork (no computers at the desk) only showed we had one room booked, but luckily I had my bookings saved on my laptop, which they were able to confirm rooms against. Being only 9:30am we thought we would have to leave our baggage in some storage room and then take an opportunity to do some sightseeing, but the desk manager said that if we were patient he ...
... back but we had no idea where we would even start to do that. Then we saw the buses still working so we went to the bus stop and found some American girls who told us to get on the bus route and it would bring us back to the Colosseum. It was perfect and finally we made it back. The next day we woke up early because we were going to Vatican City the entire day. This was my favorite day on the trip. Vatican City has so much history and religious significance to ...
... class on Fridays. As
easy as it may seem, it’s actually difficult to get used to. No, really. On Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, we went out exploring—more because we felt that we needed to, not
that we necessarily want to be that stereotypically American. By Sunday, nearly
dead from exhaustion, we decided to go to church…at the Vatican. As soon as we
arrived and made our way through the gates of Vatican City, the mass of people