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... s retreat ended. While I do not officially take part in the retreat, I have, over the years, had the opportunity to meet many of his fellow yogis and have come to know them and enjoy them tremendously. They are a true joy and I learn much from them and am encouraged by them in my own Christian journey as a consequence of knowing them.
We took the train from Perugia to Rome with our friend, Hukum. For some reason the 2.5 hr trip just seemed to go on and ...
... once a family home, and I enjoy visiting preserved mansions like this. We also chose it because it is one museum open on Mondays.
We went next to the Largo Argentina ruins. Didn't spend much time just walked past and looked down, lots of cats! We had a snack of hot chocolate and a croissant in a cafe, not any good. We actually went in to use their free wi-fi because Pat likes to use technology to find his way around while I ...
... Hadrian used progressively lighter materials up through the structure, culminating in blocks of pumice for the top of the dome. The building has no windows with all light being provided by the open cupola, in the centre of the dome. The Pantheon is the final resting place for the Italian kings Vittorio Emanuele II and Umberto I, as well as Renaissance painter, Raphael.
... the Church of Maria degli Angeli. This is a large church built from the ruins of the baths built by Emperor Diocletian which once occupied the whole area. We then went though a number of other piazzas until we reached the top of the Spanish Steps where we could see across the rooftops of Rome. On the way we saw a thermometer on the outside of a shop on the shady side of the street telling us it was 24degC at 9.30 in the morning.
As the day was ...
... B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L! For sure, one of my favorite monuments! So while we were taking in the sights, we had to take a photo shoot because that is was Julie and I do. (Work it, work it.... in a creepy accent. - Only Julie would get that lol)
Afterwards we wondered the streets aimlessly looking for a local restaurant. We shared a bottle of white wine and appetizers. What a perfect way to end an amazing time in Rome!I am truly blessed to be able to share this ...