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... you see through the hole and then to be able to take the photo is a challenge. Geoff thinks he has a photo, we will wait and see. What you see is ……. I’m not telling as it’s a secret. Geoff saw a documentary once that mentions this keyhole, and they wouldn’t say on the documentary what you could see. Apparently no buildings were allowed to be built to obstruct the view through ...
... Vatican when we exchange the online voucher for tickets. Grant has stopped carrying anything, he lasted two days with the Pacsafe shoulder bag that I now carry. So he has no ID on him. He runs back to the hotel again to get it & I wait for the walking tour so it doesn't leave without us. I'm not popular, can't read instructions apparently. At least I ask for directions whenever he can't read the map! The walking tour is about 3 1/2 hours. Hugo the guide ...
... Things we learned today: 10. Get started before 9:00 to avoid big crowds. 9. The Romans flooded the Coliseum after 'games' to clean the arena of animal droppings and blood of the losing Gladiators. 8. Feeding the spectators at the Coliseum was also for sport as the commoners would fight to the death over a loaf of bread. 7. Papa Francesco is beloved all over Italy and believed to be able ...
My hotel provides breakfast up on the terrace on the 4th floor. A little cold up there at this time of year but they have the heaters going. It is another sunny day and I met up with Christine and Peter about 9am. We wandered along the streets, stopping at a convenience store and bakery buying some items for a picnic lunch. We headed for the Trevi Fountain to take photos and to throw coins to ensure we return again one day. We then had coffee sitting up at ...
... into the center of the basilica, next to the main altar. To our right, confessionals were set up. Rosemarie moved to that area to discover that there was no confessional marked "English". A German priest helped her find the confessional of a priest that spoke four languages, one being English. And she proceeded to experience the longest, harshest sacrament of confession in her life ! When the two of us finally reunited, we participated in a Mass being said in a nearby ...
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