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... liked his traffic whistle way too much. On our way I noticed that the dumpsters were overflowing. We soon found out why when we entered our apartment to find Julie, the owner of the apartment. She told us, amongst other things, that the rubbish collectors were on strike. She showed us around the apartment and showed us how to use everything.
Soon after it was nearly time for bed so that's the end of the day
... to see it in all of its splendor before I leave Rome. However, from what I could see of the fountain, it is a site to behold when water is flowing.
Tomorrow is the Feast of Corpus Christi. A group of us are going to head into Rome to celebrate mass with the Pope at the Basilica of Saint John Lateran. I will let you know all about the mass in my next blog post. I miss and love you all. Please continue to pray for me in my journey. Cant believe I will be done with the program in 2 ...
... Roman Forum and Palatine):
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Cost: 14 euros
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Metro: Line B fermata Colosseo
Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel:
... our first guide, an Italian English speaking lady who filled us in with facts, myths and stories about this great place. This took about 20 minutes before she allowed us to enter! Once inside, it's hard to imagine the place in its former glory, with marble white seats all the way to the fifth tier and the arena filled with sand and 40+ trap doors to bring a surprise up from underneath, a gladiator or an exotic animal from around the world ...
... were very narrow and hot; many tourists struggled and had to take breaks. I picked up very pretty (pink with roses) rosary beads for Auntie Joanie at the souvenir shop on the Basilica's roof ;) .. We exited and each had a panini from a street vendor before heading to the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum. Matt and I forged our way through herds of tourist groups and eventually made it to the sacred site of the Sistine Chapel. We were in awe of how ...