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... mainly Michelangelo, Raphael and Raphael's pupils. Most artworks show ancient Rome, the pope or Christ.
Gallery of Maps
A large hall of maps of Italy. The left side shows the West regions and the right the East.
It's a bronze ball in a ...
... in a restoration process. Oh well, we still threw our coins in! After that we just wandered around and found a few different monuments and ruins scattered around. One just happened to be the Pantheon! It was closed, so we bought some gelato and listened to the band that was playing. Afterwards, we attempted transportation and made it home. After such a long day, we're all ready to get some sleep and hope that Rome is better ...
... kind of breakfast in Italy. Now we know why. They can't make it. My bacon was pretty much inedible, the ratio of fat vs meat was easily 10 to 1. And it tasted like it had been soaking in brine (super duper salty) and then oven baked. The eggs, including Adam's scrambled eggs, were some weird omelette-y creation which was tasteless. The coffee was good though. We went back across the road to wait for the tour to start. Eventually at 10.30 the guide ...
... full since it would be too big. They have metal crates at the airport where you can put your bag in it to see if it fits. So, Ryanair officially taught me how to pack. For 5 days, my backpack was empty and that's including a bunch of snacks! Everyone couldn't believe that's all I packed.
We arrived in Rome on Friday afternoon and it was raining. We took a bus into the city, and were able to find a hostel really easily with the directions they gave us. We're less than ...
... being a prison. A number of senior people were held in the prison until they died or were executed and it is the prison reputed to have held St Peter before he was crucified. Certainly an interesting place and one full of history and one which brings the early life of the Church to life.
The tour was quite quick as it covered the prison, the life of St Paul, the city walls and the small chapel built under the church but above the prison to house an ...