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... this stay has to be on my top charts list.
Because of what we did like the Roman Colosseum, the Roman forum and so much more. Gee I loved it all.
I remember I threw a coin into Trevi Fountain and they say you will return to Rome someday and I believe it. So I do want to come back.
My favourite thing we did at Rome is everything and I can't pick a favourite attraction.
Tomorrow we catch a plane to the Greek islands and I can't wait.
... dates of the week, making travel there extremely complicated on a schedule as elaborate as this one.
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... was a grumpy kind of guy who did not always get along with Pope Julius. With a task like that one, I think anyone would have been a little grumpy!
The side walls in the room depict scenes from the Old Testament and the New Testament. As you can imagine, the room is an amazing experience with everyone quietly engrossed over the detailed frescos....people looking up and sideways and trying to do so as quietly as they possibly can. Every 7 or 8 minutes ...
... We were with a man called David he was really funny. We got a audio box and headphones so we could listen to David through them, he was using a microphone connected to or audio box. He took us through the Vatican City, we learnt a lot about the Sistine Chapel and about Michelangelo and Rafael, we saw Pine Cone Court and many statues. We saw tapestries and wall painting and lots of painted roofs. We also got to see the Popes ...
... Saint Hood. An estimated 800 000 pilgrims had come to town to gather at the Saint Peters square. Luckily Rome is a big place with enough space to fit us in as well. It is truly amazing to walk around and see all those buildings from the Roman time still standing. A lot of them almost 2000 years old. The Coliseum had to be visited and was absolutely worth it. The Romans were well ahead of their time and it is fascinating to hear how they entertained their people with African ...