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... funny, hospitable group. It was a pleasure to stay there and such a unique experience.
The lunch was delicious - well prepared with food from the region and lots of fresh vegetables and fruits. We ate with two brothers who are trying to learn and improve their English. They both speak it very well. And it was fun trying to help them - it just made me realize what a downfall it is to be monolingual. It is one of the worst things about us - my opinion ...
... situated atop one of the seven hills of the city, nowadays built on the Tevere. At 10 stories high, and with a water feature in each room, they didn't live poorly. We saw Circus Maximus, named after my second son (Maximo), where we used to race chariots.
The Forum was next, meaning the 'square'. It was here that leaders gathered from the 7 hills of Rome, all overlooking the Forum to plot and plan how they would best work together ...
... to bring home. We exited, sat in some shade and had a pow-wow for what to do next: we voted on the Capitoline Museum which houses millions of artifacts from ancient times including statues (mainly of people, but a few overly large feet, heads and hands), busts (including a medusa!), gems, grave headstones (with translations, very interesting!!!) and coins. Mason loved the coins. There were also several paintings and tapestries. ...
... residences for a bit and then became a prison. - It was really interesting and the part that was the papal residences was SUPER elaborate but fairly small. They are now, of course, in the Vatican City and much larger. We also got drenched again but managed to see a rainbow (even a double rainbow) which was really cool. - once we we're home again and dry again we went around the corner for dinner and had an early night because Pappas wasn't feeling ...
We spent the day in the beautiful historic city of Rome. However we entered the Vatican City which is its own country first. We received a history/arts lesson before entering the Sistine Chapel to view Michel Angelo's ceiling and the last judgement everyone was is awe of his works and ...