Hotel Mayfair Residence Rome
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... We decided to walk towards home. We had good maps but as we have discovered street names frequently are not posted so it was a challenge to figure out where we were or where we were going but we were lucky and found the fountain fairly easily.
The overpowering Trevi Fountain takes up most of the space of the small Piazza di Trevi. The small pizza was very crowded. And our luck with fountains was continued as this fountain was ...
... alter. While we were inside 5:30PM mass started. It's a little more "showy" here than anywhere else (I'm guessing here). First the Swiss Guard marched a few clergymen to the alter and had a flag ceremony. Lights turned on and organs started. I think Nick thought he was going to meet the Pope! I have attended Catholic mass before as part of weddings and funerals, but this was all new to Nick, especially when the singing started. I told him he's in for a surprise when his sister ...
... Basilica! There was a large line to see Pope JPII so I knelt and prayed where I could see him. It was an honor to see him again.
We left St. Peters as it started to sprinkle. We headed back to the hotel (so close and convenient) to make a plan and grab rain gear. We got to the room and made a list of must-see’s while in Roma. We planned out the next 3 days, requested tickets to see the Pope on Wednesday before our flight and cleaned up for the ...
... The result was wonderful--no one, not even most tourists, were out around the most famous sights yet. It allowed us to see these places mostly on our own, without any pressure, and without any fear of robbery. I guess those shifty street vendors and pickpockets sleep in every day.
Saturday was the Vatican, because it was closed on Sunday for Mass. St. ...
... we got lost ha ha.
We finally found our way back to the train Station.
We did manage to take wrong the train home. We ended up 5 train stop off. On the bright side , Jeff and I met a very nice couple from France And another from the U S. They were both very nice and had the same problem we did (wrong train) I managed to get a local Italian lady to help us( with my poor Italian) she was very nice and directed us to the ...