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... has obviously been to see Stacey so now the term is coined, "doing the laundry" becomes slang for seeing about a girl. It offers lots of fun for us: doing whites, doing colours, rinse cycles, heavy loads ... the jokes are never ending!
The following morning we had to be up early to get into town for our Vatican tour. Tour groups are allowed entry one hour before the doors open to the public to avoid congestion, it's a great idea. The grounds are all flat inside ...
... lots of time in St Peter's Square. Having seen it so many times on television, it is really awesome to actually be there. A great deal of renovation work is going on, so there is lots of scaffolding everywhere. And we also noted "Rentokil" were on sight.... presumably, the Pope gets termites too! The centre of the square is dominated by an Egyptian obelisk erected in 1586.
Without a doubt, for both of us, ...
... I opted to remain at the top rather than walk down and look back up at this iconic sight. Rome seems to be swamped with school tour groups - literally thousands of them - both primary and secondary students. They move in swarms, like a plague of locusts. We later learned that this is the time when all the school tours occur.
Not far, yet again from our apartment, and down yet another tiny cobbled lane was the restaurant where we had dinner. ...
... our place. From 1585-1590, Pope Sixtus’ vision was to create a city accessible for the many pilgrims that would visit Rome. Sixtus restored and relocated obelisks at three major churches, including St. Peter's. The obelisks sat at the ends of major roads that connected the sites, and served to orient pilgrims so they would be able to make their way from one obelisk to the next. We didn't use the Obelisk's to ...
... with knock out views of the Rhone River. We had lunch in the gardens in front of a pond with ducks swimming in it, it was lovely sitting under the trees. Then we went in search of a gallery called ( Musee Angladon ) which has paintings by Degan, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Picasso, Daumier, and Sisley. We then drove across the river to the Saint Andre Fort, the fort was built ...