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... pretty good. The Holland couple ordered a meat and cheese platter for two, but it turned out to be for 10. We all shared and it was fantastic. I forget how much I like fresh mozzarella and prosciutto. I ordered lasagna, and we drank a lot of red wine (a whole bottle for 10 euros). After, grandpa went to bed, and the rest of us headed to Trevi fountain. I really wanted to see it at night, and thought perhaps it wouldn’t be ...
The Colosseum was within walking distance to our apartment so we headed out towards the Colosseum. Along the way was the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran, which was the main church in Rome. Turned out, we walked into an ordination ceremony! It was just ending but we say all the new priests walk down the aisle, and it ended with some big shots (bishops? deacons?). It was a celebration for them and their families. We walked ...
... of the Colosseum itself, and also the people that would attend the battles here. Each battle was attended by people of high stature within the Roman Empire, including officials. They would sit on the Ground Level. The middle class of the public had the rest. The battles were free for these people, but a special pass is needed to attend. During the battle if a gladiator is ...
Our strategic plan is working. We left home at 7:30 a.m. to go to St. Peter's and got there when there were very few people. We waited maybe two minutes to get through security. By the time we left at 10:00 the line was six deep all the way around of the front of the square. Think Disneyland on steroids! The best part was being in the church with no crowds of people, listening to the ...
... along the way. Rome at last, we were excited about getting to our apartment. Lauri called Mirko and he told us to get on the A-line Metro which was one of Romes two lines of Subway. We had been in NY and this subway was no different so we knew what to do. We got to Ponte Lungo and exited. Got on the street and with a couple of calls to M we found our way to the apartment, dragged ourselves, we were always dragging ourselves after travel it seemed, up the 3 flights to the ...
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