Navona Nice Room
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I finally arrived at Rome airport (after the flight was delayed 45 minutes) and waited at the conveyor belt for my bag. I was waiting until no more bags came out and started to think it didn't make it on the plane. I hoped it was on a different belt and turned around to see my green slug baby going round and round on the next belt over. I wrestled to get into the plastic for ages looking like an idiot but eventually broke my bag free and got out of ...
... that we had yet to visit (mostly churches). Our tour took us first to the church of St. Ignatius of Loyola. The ceiling was just plain magnificent. The tomb of St. Ignatius was “humming” and the lingering fragrance of years of incense invited us to keep silence for a while.
There was also a chapel in honor of St Francis Xavier (whose hand is displayed). It is still hard for me to get used to relics as they are often displayed in ...
... back down to the front desk.
Turns out we were in the wrong lift.
We were guided through a bit of a rabbit warren to an old style lift in a cage with the staircase around the outside. We later found out these are still very common in this part of Rome.
Our room was clean but quite small - also something common for this part of Rome.
The ensuite was snug but very clean.
We tried ...
... meat & tomato & peas, like a bolognese". I then went on to teach the staff how to say "peas" correctly so now they are saying "****" which is near enough... And entertaining... We even wrote it down, In turn they taught me 'take away' Currently I'm getting very ****** on the hotel roof eating them - tomorrow perhaps we shall dine finely but we is doing ok for now (this wine is 13,.5% but I think that is a mere ...
... line just outside of St. Peter's, they finally open the gates and it's a mad rush to get through security. I got lucky enough to get the quick line and immediately find myself front and center. Before Pope Francis came out, they welcome all of the groups that came in their own language. Once the English speaking guy got up and began, we all got ready to hear Franciscan University. This is the one time I am proud to say that we were the loudest, most obnoxious people ...