Future on the wall

Today Awa on the Road reminded me of my first visit to Roma and Vatican four years ago.

On the wall of the Vatican Museum I took a photo of the map of my future neighbourhood, I just didn’t know it yet. After all, it was only the first time I met my internet friend. We didn’t even have a language in common. His English was speak-as-it-reads, whereas my Italian was limited to the words that Slovenians had nicked from the Italians, such as garderoba (“guardaroba”).

Here is a little tour of the Vatican Museum with the famous Sistine Chapel (where photography is forbidden), but there is much more than that to be seen.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

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  1. I will never look at an antique marble statue of a man with a lot of hair in the same way. That also goes for statues of angels and prophets, too. Oh dear!

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    1. Hihi, Claudia, I can’t help it, I was immediately reminded of a hippie friend.


      1. Made me think about my grandmother’s disapproving remarks about my teenage boy cousins’ hair in the 70’s!

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  2. Nice bathtub, right? lol.. We had so much fun when we saw that right there..

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    1. Christie, one sees what one desires. 😀

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  3. Thank you so much for mentioning me. And vice versa 🙂

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    1. Most excellent! You even saw the same two trees! 😀 Thank you!

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  4. fkasara says:

    The Gallery of the Maps!! One of my favourite spots in Rome ❤ They did a great job mapping the whole Italy without having technical instruments!

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    1. Oh yes, very impressive indeed. Thanks!


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