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... and it really made me sad to instantly realize just how much that person could be missing out on. I was never really a "history buff", but learning so much about Ancient Rome, the Renaissance and gothic artwork, and the buildings (oh did I love all the architecture) don't cheat yourself/limit what you can take in. Definitely caught the travel bug more than ever on this trip and looking forward to traveling to other places in the world!! Tonight's dinner was at ...
... our way down to the Crypt. Not really thinking there was going to be all that much down there it turned out to be one of my favorite places. Unfortunately, it was another area you couldn't take pictures in which meant it was the good stuff! There were several recent Pope's tombs down in the crypt with other dignitaries but it was the shrine to the apostle Peter. The site where his bones were laid after being sacrificed in the heart of the square by emperor Nero is 65 CE. ...
... headquarters gate, which gives you a hedge-framed view of St. Peter’s dome. It was a special little experience.
For dinner we visited Maccheroni, where Michelle Obama ate on one of her Rome trips. I had a chicken dish, and Joanna got some delicious tortellini. We felt like it was a very authentic, understated and classy place.
Some observations about Rome to finish...
One, there are many beggars. Some have their children with them, some have their dogs. ...
... lunch and I got a cheeseburger, which was a nice break from pizza. We finally made it home to the convent, so I could wash my feet and put some new shoes on. I definitely got some interesting looks as I walked past the people in my neon pink dress and shoeless. One barber walked out of his shop and asked what happened, a waiter offered me his shoes and a shopkeeper attempted to communicate through broken english and Italian of where I could buy some new shoes. It was really ...
... wandered in and
found our lounge. When you enter Rome airport you search for your flight on a big electronic board and this tells you what check-in desk to go to. Then you check in and finally go through security to the departure lounges.
I wandered off and grabbed a latte whilst GG was feasting and I also looked for a shop
selling souvenirs but couldn’t find a Florence keyring, which I had hoped may be at the International ...