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Once we had departed the catacombs and split up from Dad's group, we made our way down to the famous Vatican City. Although it was hot and the lines were quite long and there was hardly any shade and the Sistine Chapel wasn't even open for public viewing, the troubles were worth it. St. Peter's was astonishing. Standing around 140m tall and filled with 140 hand-carved statues of various saints, St. Peter's is easily the most ...
... The work had only started the day before and was to continue for the next eighteen months. From the Trevi Fountain the group continued on foot past Venice Square on our way back to the Roman Forum, one of the most important monuments of ancient Rome. It was amazing to see the active archaeological work happening before us.
Our morning walk concluded at the outside of the Coliseum, a masterpiece of classical architecture. The structure ...
... a thrill in her voice that came from very passionate beliefs. She has been doing this tour for twenty five years, so that passion is surprising. We were not permitted to take photos inside the tunnels. When it was all over, I went out the front to hail a taxi. It is some distance from normal routes so I was also looking out for a bus. Soon enough a taxi came along, traveling the wrong way down a one way street, picked me up and we headed back to town. I needed to buy a lightweight ...
... morning was sunny and clear. I hit the road at
about 9 am, and due to the apartments location I was only a five-minute walk
from all the ruins and tourist attractions. Not fully knowing how to get home,
I decided to explore the city and see some sites on my own. I was stunned when I
looked at my phone and saw that I had been wandering around for over two hours.
Hungover, and tired from walking and battling through armies of Asian tourists,
I found a ...
... about running into others but I am sad to say, that just can’t happen. And it probably would be the same in any suburb. It is a natural part of separating ..… that people end up socializing more with one party than the other. It just happens. Often not through deliberate intent but just by a natural progression and because Cottesloe in particular is such a tight nit community and everyone knows everyone, it is even *************’t know what ...