When you see a line there’s always something good at the other end – right? Why else would a bunch of people, on a perfectly beautiful day, spend their precious time in a line unless it was worthwhile?
I’m one of those people that always wonders, and probably got myself in more than one line that ended up more of a dead end. But not today.
At the end of the line was a closed door. One that nobody expected would open.
Many people lined up, looked through the keyhole, and walked away with a satisfied grin.
I peered through, and at first nothing came into view. I wasn’t sure what the fuss was about. And then – I saw this…
One of the best view in Rome. St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican through a keyhole on the hill. Now it’s my turn to walk away with a satisfied grin. A view that is well worth the price of your time and a stroll up the hill.
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