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... like a local..crammed in.cheek to cheek...and that would be both cheeks) over to area nearby Trevi fountain, to see Capuchin cemetery. Its attraction was it was a little off beat with the display of bones of 4000 monks, some shaped into lanterns. Lonely Planet needs to .update its publications from 2012 as the guide tells that it was a free admission with the display housed under a 17th century church. Seems as though it has evolved into a museum about the history of the order and now ...
... no less. This again turned out to be to our advantage as the heavy rain had just about brought the city to a standstill - flooding much like the Flockton basin. Our driver sped us along at 130kph until he hit the flooded areas but still managed to get us to the hotel in good time.
The hotel is only one block from the Termini which is the main train and bus station and has a reputation for not ...
... Palazzo Massimo, the home of Museo Nazionale Romano. Loads of classical statues and gorgeous frescos & mosaics from ancient Roman homes and villas. Then, feet feeling increasingly achy, quick glance at the direction of the Terme di Diocleziano, after which a hike to Fontana di Trevi. By this point I wasn't feeling too good, probably slightly dehydrated and suffering from the heat (around 27C today), but still we trudged on. My friends are in better shape and have feet that ...
... from an antique land
Who said: `Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk, a shattered visage lies, whose frown,
And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless ...
... to St. Peter's basilica, the largest church in the world. There was choir finishing a mass, but the pope was not there. Thursday, 9/26: Walked Trastevere area and saw more churches and quaint streets. Heard a nun playing the organ in Santa Cecilia; it was lovely. Friday, 9/27: Went to Piazza del Popolo in the Tridente area and went into more churches. Over the week we saw lots ...