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... take photos inside the Chapel now. We
also headed into St Pauls Basilica. It was absolutely huge! We saw Michael
Angelo’s statue of Jesus and Mary and the amazing dome roof. We then headed out
and got some photos of the front. We also saw the line to get in – it was the
biggest line we have seen yet on the trip – very very long. Then onto a train
to the Spanish Steps.
The steps were very busy. We sat by the fountain for a ...
... finally have a bit of a look in this building. Along with the Colosseum it is one of Rome's iconic sights. At 2000 years old it was once a temple but made a church - the only reason it was likely to have survived. We were told that the Pope of the time destroyed a lot of the old buildings unless they were churches - marble pillars, limestone, tiles and anything they wanted were taken for churches - so the Colosseum and many of the ruins in the Roman Forum were depleted. ...
... at the kiss of peace - so many nationalities, so many happy people! After mass, I could sense excitement building in the crowd - the Holy Father was going to drive through the square on his pope mobile. By now I was one back from the rail and the couple in front of me draped an Argentinian flag over it. As the Pope went past, he saw the flag and beamed a huge smile straight at the three of us and waved to us, it was wonderful! I then began to worry about ...
... area with free wifi. The reception room had a big black board full of suggestions of things to do in Rome and everything was very warm and casual, including the sign on the desk that invited guests to showcase a talent (e.g. Singing, dancing, acting, writing) in order to get a free room for the night, which I regret not attempting. Our rooms were really nice, with under the bed baskets for bags and beds that each had a power point and a reading ...
... still napping while I am typing this). When we arrived back at our B&B at 3:30 p.m. we had walked 7.5 miles. I guess that justifies another gelato later on tonight! So another fabulous day in Roma. 75 degrees and sunny , no humidity (good hair days) and a beautiful breeze. We'll probably head out in a bit to enjoy a nice Roman evening before getting another good night of rest. We are taking a Context Tour tomorrow through the Colosseum and Roman ...