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... we find a bar up the road for a cappucino, we head to the security line. Even before 8:00am, there is a fairly decent sized line. After clearance, we head up into the basilica. Saint Peter's is so beautiful and stunning - there are no words to describe. Even today, this basilica is the largest in the world. When in the 16th century it was re-built on Constantine's original, falling apart cathedral, this building must have been so extraordinary. It really is even ...
... visitors are being directed away from the site. Visitors are allowed to walk across the scaffold over the fountain, but cannot throw coins into the empty fountain. There is however, a small pool of water from the fountain where tourists may throw their coins. It is expected to remain closed until October of 2015. • An estimated 3,000 Euros are thrown into the fountain each day. The money has been used to subsidize a supermarket for Rome's ...
Aren't cliches great? When you need something stupid to start with, they can almost always fit the bill. So we say goodbye to Greece and move on to the other ancient bastion of the Mediterranean, Rome. This is going to be quite short be cause all we did today was walk, get mad, walk some more, and eat.
Somewhere in our itinerary (in tiny print), it told us Aegean ...
... but this I remember. That's how much it stood out to me.
We got off our forever bus ride from Venice. To find our next home for a few days.
Dan found us another AirBnb host to stay with for cheap, right outside of the city of Rome. Everything inside these cities are unbelievably expensive. And we are not about that life. Maybe one day? Probably not.. we are such cheapos...
To get from this place to Rome.. it took a bus, to ...
... a year called Il Palio (featured in the opening scene of Skyfall FYI) where separate 'contrades' of the city compete against each other in the race that stretches back to the earliest memory of the city. Although in those days they raced on literally any animal they could get their hands on, so if anything it's calmer now than ever before, but if you've seen it with your own eyes as well you'd struggle to believe that too.
We'd spent our time in these two ...