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... constructed and artistically presented (yet ready to take away, if you were so inclined--we sat there and watched locals come and go and watched them making these sandwiches so intentionally--there was no plopping of ingredients nor haphazardly smacking lettuce on the sandwich). Paul couldn't stop talking about the sandwich for the next two hours.
So, after a little shopping, we headed to meet our friend and tour the ...
... great to be where the Pope walked and talked to the people I have seen it so many times on TV and here I am!
We left here and walked a while toward the castle and had some lunch just outside the Vatican wall. Pasta and sauce my favorite, any pasta and any sauce will do me!
Off on a bus tour and time to sit back and relax. We passed the Coloseo and many other ruins and ...
... far our most rushing city. Like I said earlier, I would have skipped collecting the tickets so we had an extra afternoon to see Rome. I also tried squeezing too many attractions in this trip. I would have skipped Musei Capitolini normally but because of the exhibition, I knew I couldn't miss it and I am glad I did see it.
The initial plans were to visit Campo Dei Fiori and Trastevere but there was no time to do either of those.
But we had the ...
... 8217;s famous frescos on the ceiling and walls. The Chapel was smaller and darker than we expected and was more like a ‘hall’ than a ‘church’. The frescos were, however, massive and incredible! You could easily spend hours examining all the various scenes. It was also the only part of Vatican City where photos were not allowed. However, we had been in Italy for almost seven weeks and knew that Italian rules were meant to be ...
... the Hearts v Hibs game that afternoon. Now I know where to watch Celtic next time I am in Rome. Hail Hail!
Anyway, got to Piazza Navona around 4:30pm which is very nice. Cafes all around a couple of fountains and a big church in the middle. There were balloons and few banners near one of the fountains. I thought it must be some sort of petition. Leaving the Piazza I saw the Carabinieri ...