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Mom and I arrived at our hotel in Rome this evening, we are catching a quick rest before heading out to meet Fr. Greg for dinner! (As per the Mannys request we will post our food along with the sites and highlights:) We shared a margarita pizza and some wine. Then Fr. Greg took us over to St. Peter's Square. WOW, it is truly impressive! We are …
... all through Greece and is very popular the 'Gyros' which sounds delightful, cheap and probably pretty unhealthy but always immersing ourselves in the culture! This is getting to the last part of Al and I travelling together sadly!! Still have Greece and the probably a few things we aren't ready for in store, but so far have loved every second.
I get some photos up ASAP but exhausted right now...
Fill you in soon after Greece!!
... that they can see the city. The kids are still asleep, so Colleen and I head out in search of a place to get a good cafe and enjoy the morning.
We circle the blocks near the hotel...Colleen thought she saw something last night that would be good. After a few passes around the area, we decided to get something near the hotel. We take a table, and order due cappuccini and croissants (in Italy, called cornetto). The cappuccino is 3.5 euros, ...
... preparation, I found myself in Sacre Speco, the cave or grotto where Benedict lived for some years. The Abbey has been built around it over the centuries. It is small. A white marble statue of Mary has been placed in it. This statue has one silver foot. This is because pilgrims touch the foot of the statue out of deference and this means the marble wears away. The same problem happened to the statue of St Peter in the Vatican. Now Peter has no foot! Secondly, a marble ...
One of the greatest towns. Everywhere you look, there's another cathedral, statue or piazza that takes your breathe away. Demonstrations in Rome over the economy; but it doesn't keep the ' crowds away on balmy afternoons. I'd live here for the beauty, the food ...