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... we left straight away. It was just over one hour’s drive from Civitavecchia to Rome. It was a pleasant drive mostly through semi rural, with plenty of small crops as well as vine yards and believe it or not, cows. We were warned about their driving, it looks chaotic but there is order to it, nearly as bad as China. Although in Rome they did obey the traffic lights most of the time.
Our first stop ...
... doors. Finally the doors opened and we boarded the plane. This plane has the older version of the seats. The seats do not lay completely flat, but fairly close. There was quite a coincidence on this flight, the couple that sat next to us on the way down were on this flight as well, we met them at the customs area where we had to pay for being over. Since I am trying to get my body back into the swing of things, I did not sleep, I blogged. Brenda ...
... film, it is so lovely.
Tomorrow our plan is to take a boat ride along the sea edge to see the 5 towns from the water. It is said to be as lovely as it is from the land, so we are really looking forward to it.
Dinner was pasta (of course) from the tiny square outside our door where the local church bells ring (we hope not too often!)
Love to all
Maureen Murdoch and Loz...Who has her foot packed in ice!
... even after some German tourist stood up in support of our dilema. Any hoo, we had to walk to the Forum, so we did. What an absolutely amazing place, such a huge space with so much incredible ruins, building, statues and columns. It is so hard to try to get and see everything. We gave it our best shot however. Once again the boys just kept on keeping on with only the ocassional complaint about whos turn it is to carry the bag now. We spent 4 hours trying to absorb ...
... now high above where St. Peter's tomb lay. It became common for popes to request that they be buried in that 8-foot layer below the basilica. In the 1940's, the pope wanted to be buried closer to St. Peter and, when they started to dig, a Necropolis wall was discovered and archaeological digging began. ..but not touching the area where St . Peter's grave was believed to be. Over the years, some doubt had been cast as to whether St. Peter was truly buried here. The next ...