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Today was the start of a new adventure. Women's Quest Tuscany had come to an end; in addition Tamara did not fly out until Monday and wanted the opportunity to see as much in Rome as possible on Sunday. We left early for the train station; after working with (or fighting with) the ticket machine, we had our tickets and knew our connections/times and were ready to go. Jay and Tracey were also traveling with us to Rome as they experienced the trains ...
... that Rome was a ghost town. To draw in residents he began building newer more modern buildings and fountains, but did not want to use the churches money to do so)! The pantheon was the first public place of worship as the churches and temples were reserved for royalty and high priests only. The marble columns, floors and statues were marvelous and impeccably cared for.
Our stops today have truly been amazing. ...
... of the tourist spots have scaffolding all over it... A little strange that they are doing this during peak season, but I guess Italians work in cruise mode. After the anti climax of the Trevi, we then had lunch in a little Italian restaurant, had a Peroni and Lasagne. Safe to say that the lasagne was the BEST we've ever had!! :-) We then caught the train back to our hotel to check into our next room, and meet our tour leader. After the paperwork was done, we all headed back into the ...
Yesterday was full of unexpected things.
First, working with Fr. John Paul Mitchell, we asked if he could arrange a private Mass for us in St. Peter's Bastilica. He said absolutely he could arrange a Mass, and THAT HE WOULD
SAY THE MASS HIMSELF. WE WERE THRILLED. SINCE FR. JOHN IS ATTENDING THE
NORTH AMERICAN COLLEGE IN ROME, HE HAS THE PRIVILEGE OF SAYING MASS AT ST. PETERS.
Can you just imagine attending ...
... Maria della Rotonda." The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda. The Pantheon is one of Rome’s most famous buildings, and its dome and columns have been inspiring architects for centuries. The original temple, commissioned in 27BC by Marcus Agrippa, after the Battle of Actium, was destroyed in an earthquake. In 126 AD Emperor Hadrian commissioned a new temple dedicated to “pan theos” – all the gods. The temple was restored by ...