It was an interesting experience to say the least. When we got to Rome from Naples at 8:30am there was already a line around the huge wall leading to the museum. Along the side of the line there were people trying to sell stuff. Once we got about half way through the line there was an older man, who was lying on the ground, he looked very sick, yet no one did anything. None of the tour guides seemed to care, and everyone refused to look at him. Later in the day we saw another interesting character, it was an older woman. The best way to describe her is that she looks like the witch off snow white and the seven dwarves. She was slumped down, had long dangly hair, and was walking around with a cup in her hand. Once you get outside the museum there are many stands to buy souvenirs, I thought this was wrong in a way. I just say this because it is a holy place yet, it is being treated as though it is some kind of Disney world or something but I guess that kind of stuff happens a lot now days. In the end even with these weird experiences the Vatican is defiantly worth going to see, the most amazing part of it all is Sistine chapel it is a must see in person. No picture could ever replace the real thing.