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A sidewalk cafe' with bruchetta and antipasta and a beer was a lovely rest stop. Today we went on a half day tour to the Catacombs, Appian Way and the Aquaducts but Steve will tell you about that later. I didn't want to visit the Catacombs so waited outside until the tour was over. Thought I would visit the gift store - boy was it religious!! I walked around looking at everything, not being Catholic not understanding anything. ...
... series of geometric patterns, is still the ancient Roman original. The history of Pantheon was forever changed during the reign of Pope Urban VIII, who melted down every scrap of bronze located upon the ceiling, outraging a great deal of Roman citizens. In front of the Pantheon is the beautiful “Fountain of the Pantheon”. It was designed by famous architecture Giacomo Della Porta in 1575 and sculpted out of marble by Leonardo Sormani. In 1711, Pope Clement XI ...
... look at it and did not even stop talking to the guy in the next booth, LOL welcome to Rome.
Headed off to the train thinking Lisa was behind me, half way up the ramp looked behind only to see Lisa chatting to a woman who turned out to be a shuttle bus driver signed up with her and jumped in the bus with everyone else.
Now this trip was a cultural shock coming from the clean brand new lots ...
... br> When we got into Plus Roma, there was a disagreement about our bill, but we sort that out after awhile, went and had dinner @ the campsite. We do have a Bungalow, but I fear the cold tonight will get in, we'll see what happens.
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So today is my blog day and since Alistair has already taken ...
... Julio chased us down to return Marc's credit card the loss of which would have been an inconvenience to say the least. Grazie tante, Julio!!
A visit to St. Peter’s and the Vatican is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. We are still waiting to hear back from the Vatican regarding our request for a private audience with the Pope.
Ciao da Roma!!
John & Pat