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... we got back to the Manfredi, L was able to score a tray of tea things for us so she was the hero of the day. That gave us the strength to get back out on the streets for dinner. Dinner was at Osteria St Ana. It was pretty good, but not great by our elevated Italian dinner standards. We sat next to a cute couple from Detroit who got married on Saturday. They were on their honeymoon. They told us that if you come to Rome within 6 months of ...
... in the first section, greeting the cardinals in attendance, speaking to the official visitors (two Buddhist monks and an Orthodox bishop) and, finally, blessing recently married couples standing behind the stage in their wedding clothes all morning long.
It is hard to describe my feeling. Seeing the Pope is a must for Catholics and this was my first Pope sighting. But seeing this Pope is special. For many of us, he is a breath of fresh air. For so long, ...
... three magnificent fountains. It was particularly busy today with all the x-mas stalls and all the African refugees with their chinese made goods. Another eyecatcher is the Baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone. From here Santa took us for a fabulous lunch. A buffet for 9.95 Euro with a glass of red wine and the food was outstanding.
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... the Tutankhamun display in Chicago, this just doesn't have any punch. Many building pieces that were once part the Roman buildings such as mosaic floors, marble columns, bronze, were all taken and used to build parts of the Vatican and St. Peters. On to the Bascilica of St. Peter's to end the tour. Once again my guide was very good and explained a lot as we went through the ...
... by the best espresso in Rome at Tazza d' Oro .... Made John smile. Putting on our earphones we had a Rick Steve's podcast to guide us through the Pantheon the domed temple built before Christ and has been continually worshipped in for over 1400 years...San Luigi was the next golden church we stopped in, so much elegance built in a time of poverty. Piazza Navona a square that contains shops and restaurants with local musicians and ...