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... Vatican Museum, and finally to see and hear the pope in-person.
Two weeks in Rome with my very dear friends, Dee and Mitch, seemed to fly by. Our tour guide (and blogger) was very informative wherever we wandered each day. We covered a lot of territory, mostly on foot, which gave us the opportunity to see the many shops and to watch the amazing variety of people we encountered along the way. Everywhere we went, whether to ...
... the buds into smaller pieces. Let thebroccoli cook in unsalted boiling water for a few minutes, until each piece becomes tender and soft. Then in a large frying pan over medium-high heat, saute extra virgin olive oil and garlic smashed (remember to keep the skin as it contains all the anti-oxidant nutrients) until lightly browned.Once the garlic is brown, toss in your previously boiled broccoli, leave to simmer with garlic until everything is nicely sauteed. Add ...
... doing I walk all the way back to the apartment and drink in the sight of the Via Veneto and the ancient walls of Rome one last time. As I had a big lunch, dinner tonight shall be my favorite: wine, cheese, crackers, apples and grapes while I finish up packing. Tomorrow morning at 8 my car service will be picking me up for the trip to the airport and back to those whom I hope have been missing me. I did stop at Trevi, coins over the shoulder; I shall return.
... by high speed train. At some points at 300km an hour. It was full AC and very comfortable. It really would help to know more Italian because we had a difficult time figuring travel stuff out. But once we got info it was a breeze. I'm really torn about how the travel between countries will affect my willingness to country hop again. It can be stressful especially not knowing a language. But that's what ...
... it opened, only to watch every tour group that was there, be admitted before us. We museums were amazing, with too many sculptures and artifacts to count. You could have spent hours reading about all of it! We saw the important stuff, tagging along with tour groups when we could to get some inside scoop. The museums ended in the Sistine Chapel, famously painted by Michelangelo. We weren't supposed to snap any pics, but I was sneaky, and got one good one! At the end of the ...