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... food tour was surprisingly very good. I was educated in the types of foods from the various areas in Italy and tasted food I would not normally eat. Some I will never eat again, artichoke for example. I can see why they call it artiCHOKE.
The guide also gave us a run down on roman history along the way, which was interesting , but I would fail any exam, as there are too many popes, saints, and Italian words that can only be pronounced if you do a double roll of the tongue.
... awe-inspiring to stand there so close to the pope. I was amazed at his humility and his humanity. He started the address by telling jokes and interspersed the jokes throughout. After the busy-ness of the morning, the rest of the day was quite slow. We walked back to the hotel, had lunch on the way, a nap when we got back, and then up again for drinks before dinner. We are hoping to make it to the colosseum tomorrow. A beautiful day in Rome. :) Happy birthday Brigie! ...
... No pictures allowed there, but www.basilicasanclemente.com will tell you more! By now we were ready for lunch and decided to take a walk to find a lunch spot recommended by our friend Andrea Manduchi! So off we set and duly found Porto Fluviale where we enjoyed a tasty lunch, a glass of Nebbiolo and a coffee! After lunch on another Andrea recommendation we found the Museo Centrale Montemartini. Set in an old gas works the museum houses an interesting ...
When I woke at 6 AM this morning I actually got up and was out the door by 7:30! When I was reading up on the Vatican area in my book I discovered that Wednesday at 10:30 is the regular weekly papal general audience. I decided to head there first so I could get into St. Peter's before the crowds showed up.
Too late! The papal general audience is when the Pope addresses the public who have entrance to St. Peter’s Square. It’s free ...
In addition to Rome, 2 Metro lines only, because the discovery of remains buried delay or net stop all constructions! The Tiber River, the River, is also a problem. Should the dried up.!??
Too bad that the Tiber is not used as a means of transport, the presence of cataracts?
okay, maybe attitudes will change, in any case, I'm fully enjoying this
day sun to climb a hill and looking the city from above. It is not yet ...