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(French) Seule Paris est digne de Rome; seule Rome est digne de Paris.
... of Philip and James are located. We saw more wedding guests arriving at St. Cecilia's, the patroness of musicians, so we said a special prayer for Don and Meagan Flynn. Next to the altar there was a marble statue of St. Cecilia exactly as she was found (uncorrupted) in 1599 in the catacombs.
Our next church was a saint we had never heard of San Crisogono a martyr St. Chrysgonus. We saw a really hideous statue of him it looked like ...
... standing position between a thousand people in the car. I was squished between a guy from our group, Evangeline and some guy's backpack between my knees. I was not standing. I was being held up by the thousands of people around me who were. The train lurched forward and we all leaned sideways, pushing the people at the front of the car against the wall. Luckily there were so many people in the car, that everyone was held up by the bodies pushing against them on every side. I ...
... our pizzas would be spared that fate). Our host, Mario, was dragged along with us for dinner. Besides the pizzas, Mario introduced us to other Italian dishes- one was a assortment of fried battered goodies (fried mozzarella? Okay!) and the other, Zucchini flowers stuffed with anchovy and mozzarella. The flowers were a star of the show.
That wonderful dinner would bring to a close another night in Rome. Tomorrow, we had planned something ...
... the Colisseum again, but this time took an about turn and walked into the Roman Forum. I was a bit sceptical thinking how much Roman stuff we had seen, but entry was free on the back of the Colisseum ticket so why wouldn't you - besides the sun was full out and we felt all warm and fuzzy!
Well, the Roman Forum surprised us by its size - this is one Big Mamma of a place! Of course it includes Palatine Hill, which not only features the ...