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Today we got on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. First we went to the Colosseum. It is a lot smaller in real life than in movies. The arena is small too. It had scaffolding in a small area because of restoration work. I really liked it. Then we went to the Vatican. We went through the Vatican museum which led to the Sistine Chapel. It had large and beautiful paintings. We kept thinking that we were coming up to the Sistine Chapel because the corridors were getting more and more beautiful. ...
... the tour of the catacombs under St. Peter's Basilica we sent our application direct to the Vatican back in September last year. We figured that we were good because after the tour, we could BYPASS the insane lineup waiting to get into the Basilica itself. On or about early March, I received an email from the Vatican indicating that "because I did not respond confirming our acceptance - our application for consideration was cancelled ...
... a very convenient place to stay and for the third time in my life provided an opportunity to visit some of the many historical sites, attend the Wednesday Angelus conducted by the Pope from high above the huge crowds gathered in the Piazza; visit the former Marist Scholasticate in Via cernia ( not far from Rome's main train station) which is now known as Domus Australia; stand in awe before the greatest sculpture ever created by a man, the Pieta which depicts ...
... The big ticket items for me were the Raphael rooms and The Sistine Chapel. We browsed through the long hallways of Greek and Roman statues. I didn’t recognize half of these people. It seemed as if every Tom, Dick, and Harry in ancient history had a statue made in their honor. We made our way through the room full of creepy-eyed sculpted marble and hanging tapestries. I felt like I was in a haunted house through the first half of the museum as some ...
... the entire world? -- taking photographs, eating gelato, and absorbing the scene. Just before we left, after we'd taken our own photographs, Dominic tossed coins into the churning water assuring, as the legend states, our eventual return to Rome.
It has been a remarkable trip -- the trip of a lifetime really. Many thanks to those who gave us advice and joined us on our blog.
And now there's only one thing left to say -- Arrivederci Italia!