Residenze Suite Sistina
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... of that, and apparently we did need tickets (even though no one said anything to us). We were able to see the place where St. Peter’s relics were and were able to walk down a huge hall with many of the deceased popes. We got really lucky, and I guess we were just in the right place at the right time.
After saying goodbye to Vatican City, we went to see the Basilica of Saint Peter in Chains. This basilica holds two different sets of chains that kept Saint ...
... visited several tourist attractions. On the second day, we stopped by the Vatican, walking around St. Peter's Basilica. Lauren dropped her sunglasses behind a wall, just beyond our reach. We both tried to grab them, and a guard even came over to warn us to stay away from the wall, before he saw what we were doing. I eventually snagged them using my sunglasses as a tool. After St. Peter's Basilica, we couldn't find where the Sistine Chapel was located, ...
... Americans know entertainment, but they don't know pleasure." A quote I find to be shamefully true. We thrive off of our television- receiving our pleasure from watching game/reality shows while eating our food accompanied by a six pack and kicking our feet up after coming home from our 8-5 jobs.
Another thing mentioned about Rome and Italy in general was the quote "Dolce Far Niente"- meaning ...
... prevail! Knees and shoulders covered, we enter and are in awe of the glorious surroundings. Rich in both colour and tradition, with so many stories to tell, the art works transport us to another century..... Finding ourselves out eventually, we meander the paths to the tallest building in all of Rome, St. Peter's basilica! And what a sight! It's vastness is disguised by its immense sculptures and the thousands of tourists on its ...
... read ‘White/Red
Wine’, so you had no idea what label it was, I went for the ¼ Litre of White
Wine and it came out in a pitcher, it turned out to be really nice wine and
only 2 euro for ¼ Litre – awesome.
Tue 4th June (Day 13)
Today we caught the train to Rome (about 4hrs from La
Spezia). While waiting at the station, a lady asked if this train was going to
Pisa, this is when we realised we ...