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... dogged tourists at every turn, peddling bottled water and hats. We stopped at Castel Sant-Angelo, then visited the Basicila di Santa Maria Maggiore, a few steps from our hotel.
Butch and Lynne were tired when they arrived but seemed to have weathered the trip better than we did! We had dinner outside at a restaurant that we had chosen in our tours of the area around the hotel. Our server was Olivia, a real spitfire. She spoke enough English to "get" Butch's jokes, and ...
... pasta). Those of us who live in Prati decided to make a couple detours to some sites like the Piazza Nova and the Vatican. It's insane how close I live to the Vatican!! Literally a five-minute walk. Just insane.
Anyways, not much else on my end! The weekend is coming though and you can bet I'll be up to something!
Ci Vediamo mi amoris!
... Tomb of the Popes", who were buried here prior to Constantine converting to Christianity and having their remains removed to a more fitting site. We also saw the tomb of St Cecilia, the patron saint of music, so for us that was very fitting. We were escorted through a small section of the more than 20km of tunnels on the 2nd level, (there are 4) about 12 metres underground.
Back to Appia Antica were we thought we might ...
... as each of us savored the pasta, seafood, and Chianti we were served. If this meal was any indication of what we may expect during our stay, then bellissimo!
After lunch, we located a small grocery on the street around the corner from our apartment, where the girls picked-up some basic items, while I stayed outside observing the comings and goings on the streets and sidewalks. Seemed to be a ...
... the Trevi Fountain, our last stop! It was crowded but beautiful and grand! I threw one coin in, to assure I would return again. But only one as two would mean I would fall in love with an Italian and three would mean I would marry him. Turns out $3000 euros is collected from the fountain everyday and given to charity. Lots of people wanting to marry Italians I guess!
We then took the metro to ...