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... surprise I never thought I would see the Pope in real life.
Heading back to the hotel we walked past the Pantheon, another place we hadn't seen last time. In the evening we visited Robs second cousin who lives in Rome with her 94 year old Mother. Rob managed really well with his italian conversation, and I was able to pick some also.
I think Rome is my favorite place (sorry to all the Paris fans).
Tomorrow Messina - Sicily.
... some yummy gelati. On our way back to the apartment stumbled upon a little biscuit shop with the amazing smell of fresh baking. Had to buy some biscuits and pastries (thankfully all the walking cancelled out the calories). Came home very tired, had a quick rest and then out to a local Pizzeria just around the corner from our apartment for dinner. Antipasta, bruschetta, four cheeses pizza and prosciutto pizza filled the four of us up nicely.
Another early night to ...
... ticket lines.
Both Dee and Lucy received Mother's Day messages from all of the kids, and as I type this entry, Kristy and Frankie are video-conferencing us via FaceTime from Puerto Rico. Earlier, Dee prepared for us a special dinner that was the equal of a meal prepared at a Michelin-starred restaurant!
Since there was no sightseeing to report about ...
... for the two large lions everywhere in the Vatican since we visited it on Sunday. They were hiding around a corner where all the confessions were taking place. Sadly, I had left the bag with doug so I did not have the camera! Doh!
Next to the lions was another English speaking confessional and this one had the green light on. Two wins! I confessed my sins, said my penance, emerged with a clean heart and went to see the lions again. I went to get Doug and the ...
... earphone and that’s how you could hear the guide, no need for loud speaking in quiet places. First, our tour guide took us to a balcony over looking a green garden and the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica. She then took us back to a screen to tell us about the sistine chapel, since she would leave us at the doors to the chapel, at the end of the tour. Michelangelo seemed to be a strong and independent guy. He even painted ...