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  • Day Thirty-eight - Vatican CityWe took a taxi from the hotel this morning to visit the Vatican Museum. We had booked a guided tour of the gardens, which included admission to the museum. We decided that we would leave the hotel and Posted by Cybercsp in Noordam Cruise - Barcelona to Rome | May 8, 2014
  • Vatican CItyYes I know this post is out of order as we have left rome about a week ago, however, I had written the post below and while I saved it as a draft, I neglected to post it, so here Posted by Moshry in The Big Trip | May 7, 2013
  • 世界最多文化財產的博物館 (下)梵蒂岡博物館內的每一件文物, 每一幅畫作都是稀世珍藏, 無價之寶, 整座博物館的內部沒有在馬虎的,目不暇給。 內心不由自主直讚嘆前人的偉大,留給後人這麼龐大的資產。 擔凳仔聽故: 梵諦岡博物館是由二十多個美術館及博物館所組成,展示路線全長7公里,其中人氣指數最高又可盡情拍照的,當數拉斐爾陳列室(Stanze di Raffaello)。拉斐爾陳列室 Stanze di Raffaello 是四個畫滿了文藝復興風格壁畫的廳室所組成,這間陳列室本來是教宗朱利斯二世(Julius II )的書房 Posted by oscarmok in My Travel Journal | Jul 12, 2012
  • 世界最多文化財產的博物館 (上)我們要先來參觀梵蒂岡博物館(Musei Vaticani) 這裡號稱是世界最多文化財產的博物館 梵蒂岡博物館入口!!!然後是售票處和安檢 [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/503388/lar Posted by oscarmok in My Travel Journal | Jul 12, 2012
  • 影響十億信徒的國家 擔凳仔聽故:教廷梵蒂岡城(Vatican City) - 0.2平方英里 - 世界上最小的國家,有人口770,沒有一個人是永久居民。聖彼得大教堂包圍的小國,是世界的羅馬天主教徒的精神中心(超過十億信徒)。也被稱為羅馬教廷梵蒂岡城周圍環繞著羅馬,梵蒂岡可以說是國中之國。當代教宗本篤十六世,即為首任教宗聖伯鐸以來的第266位教宗。 梵蒂岡位於羅馬城 Posted by oscarmok in My Travel Journal | Jul 12, 2012
  • 一代教宗長眠之所擔凳仔聽故: 小時候,每次在彌撒閱讀信德的奧跡,我會說: "上主,因此我們記念基督的聖死與復活,向你奉獻生命之糧、救恩之杯,感謝你使我們得在你台前侍奉你。我們懇求你,使我們分享基督的聖體聖血,並因聖神合而為一。上主,求你垂念普世的教會、使你的子民偕同我們的教宗若望保祿、我們的主教胡振中與所有主教、以及全體聖職人員,都在愛德中日趨完善。" 對我來說, 教宗若望‧保祿二世的名字, 一點也不陌生。自1978年以來,被選為教宗。在位長達26年,2005與世長辭。對於70後天主 Posted by oscarmok in My Travel Journal | Jul 12, 2012
  • Our religious epiphany day-RomeWhilst neither Mandy or I are in anyway religious beyond as required occasions attending church, a visit to Rome could not be considered achieved unless one visits the big fella. The Vatican eluded me on my last visit here Posted by mandt0413 in Europe & Asia 2012 | Jun 16, 2012
  • Rome and Vatican City===Rome=== This was the main place i wanted to go to. i wish we couldve stayed longer to enjoy the sights and to really appreciate it but i cant argue with being able to see pretty much everything! we took the Posted by Jenjilla in One country at a time | May 29, 2010
  • Another country - Vatican CityWe head off to Termini to get our tickets – we have gone for the Roma Pass, 3 days of travel, two museum entries and discounts off other stuff at 25 euros each. We jump into the Metro off to Posted by lostagain in A big trip | Oct 20, 2010
  • A Day at the VaticanThis morning we woke up early to be able to spend a full day at the Vatican. After another fabulous corn flake breakfast, we hit the road and picked up a Roma pass which entitles us to public transportation Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jul 31, 2010
  • 43 Stato della Citta del Vaticano, Part 1:Vatican Museums WHEN IN DOUBT, PRAY: KEEP YOUR MIND OPEN AND YOUR HEART WILL FOLLOW Friday, July 9, 2004. Up at 7:30, breakfast at 8:30am; our day’s sightseeing list was a short one: a vis Posted by tacoinusa in Sandy & Vidal's European Vacation, 2004 | Jul 21, 2004
  • 44 Stato della Citta del Vaticano, Part 2:Sistine Chapel A CHAPEL, A LEFT HOOK AND THE SOAPBOX Friday, July 9, 2004. We were very much impressed with the works of art we had seen so far in the Vatican- there was so much more than Posted by tacoinusa in Sandy & Vidal's European Vacation, 2004 | Jul 21, 2004
  • 45 Stato della Citta del Vaticano, Part 3: St Peter's OFF TO THE PEARLY GATES Friday, July 9, 2004. We had just left the Vatican Museums and the incomparable Sistine Chapel, after a shaky start [i](I had been worried about how Posted by tacoinusa in Sandy & Vidal's European Vacation, 2004 | Jul 21, 2004
  • Vatican City Day 3 (21 May 2008)RRRIIINNNGGGGG….. 7.00am. Yar, we woke up real early to go to the Vatican today. Being kiasu Singaporeans, we walked really fast and overtook a total of 38 people! Amazingly, there was not much of a queue at the Vatican and Posted by orangenutz in Trolleying in Europe | May 30, 2008

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