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... beautiful old wooden lift.
The Capuchin Crypts made a lasting impression - the series of underground cave-like rooms, were filled with monks at rest, depicted artistically (?!) standing or reclining, surrounded by sculptures and objects made entirely of the bones of their dead brethren. This included the crypt of the pelvises decorated with chandeliers made of scapula and vertebrae. Vases made of toe bones, etc. Yeah, it was ...
Back to the Metro. Just when I was feeling a little confident about using the Metro, we had to get the other line. So of course we ended up in the same place as yesterday trying to find our way across to the other side of the tracks for the other line. In trying to do this, we had to sacrifice our return Metro ticket otherwise we couldn't get back in on the other side. We eventually got over the other side where there were people waiting about 10 deep to get on the train. In ...
... for friends and family at home, and bought some Cokes to put in our fridge, since soda is SO expensive in restaurants here. Side note: I feel like Rome is the best place to do a Coke commercial, because after walking around all day in the heat, the grime, the crowds, you actually crave the crisp, cold taste of a Coke. When we got back to the hotel, we uploaded photos, wrote emails, Lindsay skyped with Kyle, and then we went out ...
... in the late arvo, and on a recommendation from the German guy in our room we went to the Trastevere area across the other side of the river for dinner. I was pretty hungry so we decided we would walk straight there, and then on the way back we would check out the Trevi Fountain and a few other things, which would be good timing as they would then be lit up etc. The walk to dinner actually ended up taking a lot longer than we planned, because we kept stumbling on ...