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... Forum leaving it just after the Arch of Titus. This ancient road also borders the Palatine and the Circus Maximus, as well as Caracalla's Baths, reaching the imposing gate of St. Sebastian.
The remains of aqueduct Claudius are also located nearby, and are still well preserved.
Roman aqueducts, aqueducts in Rome
The Roman aqueducts stand today, more than two thousand years later, ...
... a Vatican police officer)! It is truly amazing, and while the chapel is small the paintings that Michelangelo and others painted are larger and more impressive than anticipated. It is incredible to think not too long before this visit the Cardinals were locked within to pick the next Pope. Because we were in a special tour we left the Sistine Chapel through the Royal Staircase which connects the Sistine Chapel to St. Peter's Basilica as well ...
... shelter during WWII. Napoli was one of the heaviest bombed Italian cities during the war. They also say that they were the first Italian city to liberate themselves from the Nazi occupation. I love Napoli and I wish we could stay longer, but it's off to Calabria now, and then back up to the Amalfi Coast. Yes, we just finished stuffing our fat faces with pizza and pasta and are now heading to sun our bloated bodies on the beach for a week. Not the best plan, but at least ...
... private Mass in the St. Peter's church in the Vatican?
We sought this Mass for several intentions.
. For our beloved children and grandchildren, that Our Lord guide them and protect them and grant them whatever graces they need to handle whatever challenges they encounter in life.
. For our dear friend, Gerry Rauenhorst, who pased away last Friday morning, and for his family
. For the new ...
... of the Spanish Steps. We could tell we were getting to a tourist area by the increase in pedestrian traffic, and the upscale nature of the stores. We descended the steps down to the Piazza di Spagna below, which was full of tourists. We stopped to take pictures and then headed off down a nearby side street in search of a café and some lunch. Last time I was in Rome I had stayed in ...