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With at least three of us looking over the map, we head back the way we came and work our way to Piazza Navona. Yet before we arrive, we stop to use the bathroom, for which you have to pay €1 to use, and find lunch at a local pizza shop. Newly fed and watered we finally reach the piazza and get to see the St. Agnes church (no pictures allowed), the Four Rivers Fountain and the Italian Senate building.
... Office. Why not? Small country. Interesting post office. Wandered the square. Looked up ... all around ... at amazing statues. Had a lovely lunch at a small restaurant I had discovered earlier for morning tea. ( You tend to base eating on toilet stops. Find one you like, and you go back.) Fettuccini for lunch. ( Half a coissant for morning tea.) Then headed back for the bus. Next stop the Trevi Fountain. Oh ... They are doing work on this. Scaffolding ...
For my final night in Rome I went to my favorite restaurant downstairs and ordered lasagne because I thought what the heck. I proceeded to have the second best lasagne of my life, while my waiter (who had been serving me since the first night a fortnight ago), professed his love for me and asked me to join him after his shift to rip up the town. If he hadn't been about 37 or finishing at midnight I may have accepted but I had to just smile graciously and break it to him ...
... don't fear that I will get run over in Rome. I love being able to walk to the Vatican or take the metro to the coliseum! I am so very happy and thankful for this time. I really feel like I am learning more about myself and the world every day that I am here.
I will try to put some pictures up here after my photography class and dinner tonight!
Hugs to all of you from Rome and ciao for now!
... the whole thing struck me as a bit of a cash chase. Some would argue that that's been the Catholic church's game for centuries in one form or another.
The Vatican took up most of the day but afterwards we enjoyed a pleasant walk along the Tiber in the afternoon sun. It's a good feeling to be in Rome! I think the temperate got up to about 12/13 degrees today which was a welcome change from what we've been used ...