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... There are also the ancient Catacombs of Rome underneath the city. Numerous highly important religious educational institutions are also in Rome, such as the Pontifical Lateran University, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Pontifical Gregorian ...
... cafe macchiato and a gelato before our tour started at 5.15. - the last tour scheduled for the day. We remembered some of the same stories and information from our previous visit but the whole site is so unbelievable it was good to do it again. We then decided to visit our old Panda street and have dinner for old times sake. It really has become quite upmarket and we could not afford to stay there again this time. As we were walking through ...
... and tried our patience more than a few times).
In the end....a trip to Rome would never be complete (religious or not) without a visit to the Vatican. For me, it was a chance to admire some of the greatest works of art anywhere on the planet. To truly soak it all in I would suggest NOT visiting during a major even as we did (800,000 believers crowded into Rome for the Canonization event.....and us two.....LOL what a sight indeed).
... early for the season but looked amazing. There were artisan types of olive oil and balsamic vinegars and good kitchen ware and knick knacks!
I had wanted to go to see the lookout of the city known as the 8th hill of Rome where Garibaldi's statue which is located. However, I was tired and luckily for me have many more days in which to revisit lovely Trastevere!
... time to take photos too. The tour went for just over an hour and then we spent another hour just soaking up the place. It has really helpful information boards spread all around. One of the interesting facts was that the stage was made of wood and then covered with sand, to absorb the blood, etc, spilled there. And the Latin word for sand gives us the word 'arena'.
From here, we walked up past the Forum to Trajan's Column which is intricately carved in a spiral band ...