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... directly across the street from our hotel. The Cappuccino Monks led an austere life of service, mainly serving prisoners; and had a philosophy similar to St. Francis of Assisi. Plus you would not believe the crypt, filled with clothed skeletons & bone designs on the walls, like in the shape of a clock or flower arrangement, everywhere huge rows of skulls.
Denise, our tour guide, informed us that our hotel is on ...
... cool). One of the most impressive collections was the remains of the statue of Constantine. The massive body parts were scattered around the court yard, it must have been HUGE when all put together. The museum also contained a lot of famous sculptures of Marcus Aurelius' and Commodus. One of the museums wings contained nothing but sculptures of important people’s heads. There were at least four rooms full!! We spent a few hours in the museum ...
This evening we revisited the cafe that we visited last night and again, enjoyed some very freshly prepared and cooked true Italian food. yummy yummy!
Tomorrow is our last morning in Rome and we face the Dalits of Easyjet back to Bristol late afternoon when our 3 month travel experience will come to an end! We have already started to book next year's winter ...
... abound the area which was once a public assembly forum for the Romans. Follow the path and it will take you towards Palatine Hill (or depending on the entry you came in at, the end of the forum). Unfortunately as luck would have it, an announcement came blaring over the loudspeakers indicating that the archeological zone was closing. We were ushered to the nearest exit which brought our visit to an abrupt end :(.
After being forcibly removed (at least against ...
... seemed to have cleared so we headed to the Vatican and managed to get skip the line tickets that would allow us to see the Sistine Chapel again. The crowds were fierce but it is always worth it to see this amazing work of art. After the Chapel we headed out for lunch and then to my favorite, the Ponte Sant'Angelo and the Bridge of Angels.
Returning home on the subway we decided ...
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