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Tuesday 07 October
We left Tel Aviv, arriving at the airport as instructed 3.5hrs before our departure time. This is due to Israeli security. We must have been blessed for all three of us cleared customs, passport control and security checks without incident.
The flight to Rome was 4.5 hrs actual flying time.
We arrived on time at 8.30pm. Despite the late hour the "charming" Italian passport controller won me when he told ...
... without scaffolding and came to the Piazza del Popolo. There was some spectacular architecture there and along the way.
Our next stop was the Pantheon. A most amazing building which I recognised immediately due to the absence of camouflage. I really liked the Pantheon and was amazed that there was no admission fee.
Just around the corner was Piazza Navona. I think this was the prettiest piazza we saw. I could have sat at a café table and drank coffee and watched ...
... was an electrical converter! Had lunch at a place called "Eataly." Was telling my cousin we should have one of these in the U.S. He was looking at me kind of funny but I ignored it. Later Dina text me to tell me there is one in Chicago and one in New York! LOL Basically, a Heinen's on steroids with restaurants all around. Then off we went to ...
Rome. How can I even begin to describe such an incredible five days? It was a trip I won't soon forget and one which has forever changed my perspective on my faith. The history is rich, the people were great, the gelato was delicious, and God is good.
We arrived in Rome Saturday afternoon after a day spent in Florence. For being such a big city, I'm surprised how easy the metro was to figure out. Right outside the train station we go underground to catch the metro to ...
... A strangely shaped "square", more an ellipse than anything, littered with artists of every kind showing off their labours - portraits, landscapes, photo-impressionists, spray-paint enthusiasts and caricaturists. None of them seemed to be doing much trade and none of their work compared to the splendour of Bernini's magical sculpture, the Fountains of the Four Rivers topped by yet another obelisk from ......... somewhere! In the growing heat we strolled round the fountain ...