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... ambulance. At the Colosseum, one couple took selfies in a popular photo spot for a few minutes, aggravating the people behind them waiting. I also had people push in front of me and block my view of the information panels I was clearly reading.
And now we are going to have dinner before heading to the Piazza de Popolo for
fireworks viewing as we count down to the New Year. Buon Anno!!
... day was again a lazy day by the pool which we have come to really cherish on this 'holiday’… we did head into town later in the evening but the weather was shady all day but we braved the raindrops in order to explore the Pantheon. We didn’t last long before it started raining but the Parthenon itself was incredible! the sheer size of these structures is amazing without even considering the century that they were built in. even in the late evening it ...
... places! And, buy her a dress! We visited the Andy Warhol exhibit. Did you ever know that in the middle of his Marilyn Monroe pieces is a gun shot wound on her forehead? A girl came into his studio and shot all four pieces. You can see where he covered them up. Had lunch at a restaurant with an interesting view of the open air market. Got to watch the square transform from a bustling market into a ...
... me to get my bearings somewhat...got off in a couple of places, one being the Vatican City. I walked to St.Peters Square...its huge, and long line-ups to get into the basilica...walked around and then got back on the bus. Took the metro from Termini to San Giovanni and then it's a ten minute walk home...stopped for pizza which I ate later on that evening since my huga pizza lunch was late ...
... the weather, with not as much rain & fog in those months. Good to know. We enter St. Peter's Basilica and it is jaw dropping. They say it is the richest and grandest church on earth. Michelangelo's Pieta is behind bullet proof glass. This is the sculpture of Mary holding the body of her son, Jesus, in her lap. We are so glad we came to see this beautiful church and wished our running buddies would ...