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... a t-shirt and shorts to sleep in so I didn't have the greatest sleep that night.
We woke up early to take showers when I realized I forgot shower shoes for the communal shower so that was interesting. Luckily I borrowed Paige's for 2/3 days... the one day was interesting... We left the campsite early and headed for the center. We picked up some breakfast at this little bakery place that was delicious and so cheap! How could ya beat it?! I got a chocolate croissant and ...
... people dsiplay when they reach thetop to see the holy Sanctorum is in itself an experience. Probably one can equate this to the emotions that we feel when we visit Badrinath, Kedarnath or Kashinath !!
Once the visit to the holy churches was done, we went back near the Colosseum to visit the old archaeological site of the Roman empire. This place is known as Roman Forum. It was supposedly the political, economic and religious centre of ancient Rome. The ...
... which I normally get so excited about but it was so nice to see that people reached out in so many different ways. I woke up to texts, letters, emails, instagram posts and much more. I felt so loved to see that people went out of their way to wish me a happy birthday, so that was a wonderful start to my sunday. Then we headed out to church and then attempted to find a flea market but failed. So, we went out to lunch instead. I ordered grilled zucchini cause it's not very ...
... around 5:00 am in Fredonia, so there was little chance we would get that fixed. We left them a voice message and hoped for the best! We had about 30 euros in our pockets and hoped it would get us some lunch!
We were woken up from our nap by a call from the bank saying the problem was fixed. I was so tired, I thought I was talking to the phone company. That guy must have thought I was drunk!
We started out by walking ...
... But it was really impressive to know that one dude painted the entire thing. The Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, is a cornerstone work of High Renaissance art. The ceiling is that of the large Papal Chapel built within the Vatican between 1477 and 1480 by Pope Sixtus IV after whom it is named, and was painted at the commission of Pope Julius II. The chapel is the location for Papal Conclaves and many important services. The ...