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... it. We were however, very happy to hear that we were double roomed (rather than 4-6 to a room) AND we had our own bathrooms! Heaven. After a delicious Italian dinner we were ready to head to our accommodation, this was when I looked down and realised that my ankles had all but disappeared. I have cankles :( - see photo. So I passed out later that night with my feet raised hoping I'd be able to walk in the morning! Stay tunes for that update! J ...
... NO way!!
Next stop, San Luigi dei Francesi, the national French church in Rome. I teach French!
For us the big attraction here was definitely The Calling of St Matthew. We spent a long time reading about it and viewing it. Love it. There are also painting of his inspiration to write the gospel, and his martyrdom, all by Caravaggio. All this art, for free!!
We wandered into a Basilica - San Agostino. We had no ...
Wednesday, 1st of May 2013
Among all the reasons to visit Rome, two reasons primed over the others:
1- Our Papal Audience; and,
2- Sébastien's First Communion
Today, on the Wednesday, First of May 2013, we focused our energy on the Papal Audience. Scheduled for 10:30 AM, we chose to get there at 9:30 AM, so we left at 8:45. We left France and Roger at the apartment as we were parting ways this morning; they were heading south. ...
... structure, this one with three arches stood at the northwest end of this gigantic place. Looking at the sign, it was the Arch of Septimius Severus, a white marble structure built in the second century AD. It had lovely details of columns carved on it as well as angels with wings. Unfortunately, it was in an enclosed area making it impossible for me to jump all over it! ...
... photos with people it was amazing even 2,000 years later.
We also stopped by Trevi fountain, Pantheon both of which were great. The best thing though is everything in this city is worthy of a photo and just stops you dead in your tracks, it is too much.
One thing that might rain on our paradae is that apparently tomorrow is the Rome marathon with over 100,000 participants should be a transportation nightmare. Anyways ciao for now.