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... as I would think it might be. I also see lots of young ladies striding past carrying large elegant shopping bags. So someone is definitely trying to keep the Roman economy going.
Tomorrow we are off to Galleria Borghese which we are told has some stunning works by Caravaggio, Bernini and Raphael. And nearby in the garden we hope to find Dan's photographs in the exhibit of Agua photographs.
... t shuffle around. There was only one bit of turbulence so it wasn’t too bad.
We land in Rome around midday. I collect another stamp in my passport but since Hinesh has an EU passport he merely gets his passport checked and waved through. It’s a hectic sight when we get out and its not easy meeting our taxi pick up. Lucky there is free wifi and I email our airbnb host to let her know we have arrived.
We finally meet our cabbie and I fall asleep in the cab, ...
... look at your ticket and sometimes they don't. The officer never even looked at my photo. He was busy talking about the pasta he was going to eat with pretty officer next to him. The security check line in Rome went pretty fast and seemed efficient. Key word "seemed." I know the Italians are always complaining but this time seemed more. They are all mad that the government is corrupt ...
... and Steven and the kids - heaven!
We then went another couple of blocks to see the Saint Ignatius church - this baroque styled church was built in the 16th century, and has the most wonderful ceiling. The trompe l'oeil paintings are wonderful - last time we were here, the children lay on the floor to properly appreciate them, and I think this would be the best way to take it all in. And there is also the fake dome - apparently, a real dome would have blocked a view ...
We got woken up ridiculously early today, around 6am by the Koreans who were getting ready. Extremely loudly. And they took ages too! It was about an hour until they finally left! So annoying! We went back to sleep for a little bit, then got up while it was still early and got ready. We headed out and passed the breakfast place, where we got our drinks and croissants to takeaway, then walked for about half an hour or so to the markets. We got so far, then didn't ...