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Today Mum, Sarah and I tagged onto Dad's last day of Salesian pilgrimage at the catacombs at St. Calistus, just outside of Rome. We began the day bright and early for breakfast before meeting the rest of the group at 8:15 to go on a bus to the catacombs. When we arrived we were escorted to a beautiful little chapel by an Australian tour guide, leading a prayer along side Dad who was scheduled on ...
... created. We also walked to St Peters Square which is another inspiring place. Our only disappointment of the day was not getting to see the pope, but had we been able to it would have been a special bonus. Apparently he was to be in the square for a special mass at 10.30, then it was to be 11.00 but I think he may have appeared at 12 noon but we had to move on from the square at 11.20. Whilst we didn't see the pope we did get to experience the atmosphere in the square ...
... on our trip to the area yesterday. It isn’t easy to find, but after 20 minutes or so of wandering, we found our way to the bottom of it. We climbed the stairs alongside, only to find that the only way over to actually see it was completely blocked off with fencing. It was a bit of a disappointment, but with so much else to see, we soldiered on.
On our way back down the Capitoline hill toward the Forum, we stopped to get ...
... was a witty and funny Roman full of interesting friends – among them, one whose bachelor thesis consisted entirely of pointing out the flaws of the movie Gladiator) took place during the night and gave the whole experience a further dose of magic. This most auspicious of days ended with the family around a dinner table at a restaurant for… some more pizza, of course.
The following days were spent with ...
... meet on there entry or exit to these events and also that all 70-80,000 people could empty the arena in less than 10 minutes. The half of the Colosseum that is missing was pulled down after an earthquake, and parts of it reused to build such buildings as the St Peters Basilica. Its amazing that the rest has survived all these years!
The Roman forum is a part of the ancient city that has recently been excavated, exposing a huge amount of old architecture. As we ...