Vatican city is great place to visit
After a long walk from the panino shop, finally Vatican city appears in my sight.
St. Peter’s Square !
I was so impressed by finally visitting this area and went close to there. But to my great regret, there were already long long line for St. Peter’s Basilica !I couldn’t visit my longing St.Peter’s Basilica !
I recollected that our tour conductor said to us that we should go Vatican city at first. The time was already 2:00 p.m. Oh my !
Anyway, I stood in the line and after 30 minutes or so, I found that I need about more five hours to enter the architecture ! As long as Sushidai waiting time 😛
OK I’ll wait five hours if I have time. But I didn’t have such a long time ! The time was past 2:30 p.m. Our appointment time was 9:00 p.m !
I gave up entering St.Peter’s Basilica.
I’ll go there again soon. I’m not a princess ! (If only I can get long holiday :P)
All I could do was to gaze at the architecture …
I really wanted to enter the architecture.
Then I dropped in at Castel Sant’Angelo. I Intended to see is appearance only.
But I felt like seeing inside of this castle because I couldn’t enter St. Peter’s Basilica. “I still don’t see anything !”
This castle was much larger than I had expected and after a while I felt sorry for entering the castle 😛
The castle itself was great but I need a whole day to see it and around the castle.
View from the third floor. Fine view ! But I gave up going to the top floor because I had no time any more. After that, I went down to the exit.
There is also cafe and you can see this view with coffee and cake.
Before going back to the center of Rome, I dropped by the bridge that I could see from Sant’Angelo.
Nice view. I wanted to see the view more.
After that I went back to center of Rome and did some shopping.
I was really surprised at Italy because Italy have so much sightseeing spots, delicious foods and shops. I need more time and decided to go there again soon to know much more about Italy 🙂
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