Palazzo Del Duca House
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... had read the book, "The Sistine Secrets - Michelangelo's Forbidden Messages in the Heart of the Vatican", and we all really enjoyed finding these secret symbols in the frescoes with Francesca. Then we visited St. Peter's Basilica which took over 4000 artisans 250 years to build and we saw some of the 700 statues, 100 tombs and 44 alters inside. We concluded our three hours with Francesca in St. Peter's Square watching the changing ...
... at 11:30, so we had limited time to meet people and grab drinks. This of course was no problem, we met a couple Canadian guys who were at Ibiza for the past week, a trio of Brits with one having a birthday and another being a diehard Colts fan!! Was very excited about that. Unfortunately our time with our new friends was short and we had to head to the train station and back to Fregene. Now most of the time this part of the blog would end with, "and we headed to bed to grab a ...
Once we had left and were heading over the entrance bridge, Dan spotted my friend Monique. She was travelling to Rome, Poland and England with her family and we planned on catching up with them in London. Of all of the bridges in all of Rome, she wandered across the one we were on!
We found a great piazza with a street market happening. Here we stopped for lunch of filled panini rolls, fresh strawberries and banana. We headed home earlier than usual ...
... then up again to make it to track 2. We had a few minutes to catch our breath and before too long the train slows down to let us in. We were rushing trying to find our car on the train. There was lots of hustle and bustle, pushing past people, throwing heavy luggage (ours and other folks we were with) and once we made it in, there was the stacking and placing of various pieces of luggage above on the rack. Whew! And finally the train ...
... time wandering through the streets, stopping off in little boutiques and souvenir shops. When I cam to the Pantheon, I couldn't resist grabbing another gelato from the store we went to yesterday. I attempted to sit on the stairs of Fontana del Pantheon, however the heat of the day meant the surface was about a thousand degrees and I really didn't want to burn my legs off. Instead I kept walking to the Colosseum. Unfortunately, the heat combined with my ...