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... to give us information in small doses during our orientation sessions, knowing that several had just arrived from the States the day before. Monday mostly covered the ins and outs of living in Rome - how to get a new phone, housing, etc.
It was also Monday that I was introduced to coffee that even I might consider strong. Shocking, I know! I'm so excited to have a coffee bar at school that I can visit each morning...espresso? Sė! ...
So there we are, sitting right next to the outdoor altar from 7:39 to 10, in the hot sun, watching 199,998 other people filling St Peters Square waiting for the Pope. The excitement builds, flags are flying , a band starts playing, people are singing, clapping and praying. All of a sudden, the Pope drives out in his POPE MOBILE to a huge thunderous applause and spends 30 minutes driving thru the ...
... once used to transport wild animals and gladiators to the arena opened to the public in summer 2010. The Colosseum is also the site of Roman Catholic ceremonies in the 20th and 21st centuries. For instance, Pope Benedict XVI led the Stations of the Cross called the Scriptural Way of the Cross (which calls for more meditation) at the ColosseumJoseph M Champlin, The Stations of the Cross With Pope John Paul II Liguori Publications, 1994, ISBN 0-89243-679-4.Vatican Description of the Stations of the Cross at the Colosseum: Pcf.va on Good ...
... had about 20 minutes of free time after our tour to wander to the upper levels and get some great photos. It must have truly been a site to see and hear at capacity.
Once we left the Colosseum we walked around to another spectacular monument in Rome – the Roman Forum. The Roman Forum is a large rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the centre of the city of Rome. Some ...
... for free! It was getting hot by this time today. The Giardini degli Aranci lies close to the church and provides vistas over Rome with a view of St. Peter's Dome. I then walk farther up the hill to the Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta which has a famous door that houses a "secret"... well it's not such a secret as it's in every guidebook and on the internet. There are a few people lined up. The door has a keyhole that is positioned in such a way that when you look through you ...