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... to eat and came back with three different pasta dishes. He called it the Roman equivalent to Noodles & Co! They were delicious!
Then it truly was off to bed because we had a 8:45am tour at the Vatican. When we began planning this trip, we had been in touch with a priest living in Rome through Fr. Mark at St. John's. He had told us that the Papal Audiences were on Wednesday mornings. So all of our planning ...
... On entering we are accosted by tour operators offering to take us around - I had read these tours can be 100 euro so was defintely not engaging one...however, they were actually 10 euro for two hours - not bad - so we agree, which turned out to be a good choice. We learned some of the history and information about what we were looking at.
Pompeii is a large area (44 of 66 hectares has now been excavated); ...
We went to mass at Sancta Spiritu in Sassia church and ran into the same nuns from the US Bidhops office and in Assisi. We greeted the nuns outside the church. One if the nuns asked if we wanted to give one of the readings! Catherine gave the first reading from the book of Ezekiel. We took the B subway train to the St Paul behind the walls Basilica. We saw the tomb of St Paul the disciple beneath ...
... our hotel.
A quick coffee/toilet stop, and we headed down Via Cola di Rienzo. Sure enough there were sale signs everywhere. After a couple of aborted attempts I found some red suede moccasins. I don't think they'll last for ever, but think they will be comfortable, and a nice splash of colour. Further down the road was a Geox shop, which had some lace up walking shoes that I had been looking at in Milan. They fitted like ...
... a city corner and come across a huge structure with a history dating back thousands of years.
We spent some time off the beaten path to get away from the throngs, and along the way found our own Rome - the quietness enhancing the awe.
We went back to our room to change and rest, then headed to dinner. Kristen had wanted to try Caccio E Peppe at a restaurant featured on ...