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... The lights were out and it was about to close. Dinner at the hotel. Posh. Three people serving you at once. Pasta, maiale (pork) with small delicious roast spuds and chicory. Pretty good red wine. Helen's pasta in which we could identify zucchini, salmon, smoked salmon, cream and garlic was especially good and I'd like to reproduce it. Hotel Massimo Azeglio's air conditioning makes a noise, but has no noticeable effect in the room. It's hot. 'Nuff ...
... were game, so we hopped the Metro and arrived during a break in the rain.
Kevin and Jessica from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, were our travel companions; one is a competitive cyclist and the other is a triathlete, so they weren't scared by a little rain. They also were newlyweds in Rome to have their Catholic marriage blessed by Pope Francis during his general audience in the Vatican tomorrow. They even brought her wedding dress and ...
... t need them on the ship or at home. This will actually free up one of our bags to put our shoes in. We can only have two checked bags with Air Canada, so we have to pare stuff down a little. (Hope Laura's new purse will fit in the luggage!) Anyway today is a "Do little boring stuff" day.
Ok enough with the boring stuff...today is the Vatican Museum. The weather has been absolutely perfect. We have blue skies and pleasant temperatures. It ...
... I doubt any of them are as spectacular as this one. Marble adorned everything in various colors. The structure was massive and included even more priceless art from famous creators such as Michelangelo and Raphael. Some of these works are among the most famous and reproduced in the world, such as Raphael's Transfiguration. The architecture was either gilded or polished and in some places both. It was quite the experience!
... a man walks in and says something to the lady and she looks at us and goes 'Oh....Teeevoli?' Apparently it's all about how you hold your tongue.
Finally found our way to Termini where we really needed brekky before coping with more drama. Karen ordered cappuccino, I ordered latte. I looked at what was in my cup and said to Karen (remember, no brekky and it's way after lunch!) 'my coffee is white!' She looks as confused as me, then the light comes ...