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... realm of other official headquarters. This area led to the residemce of the president , an immense palace once the popes summer palace. From here we trudged too far and not sure that I was the right person for a couple of Asian girls to ask "Where Trevi". Having waved "over there" I cant be certain that they are not still looking for it. Not enough common language to tell them that it was closed. Maybe they are writing in their blog about the lady who gave them wrong directions!. ...
... as busy but just as beautiful as Paris. We walked to a little church in a piazza and it was amazing inside. There was a service in one of the annexes and we could hear the singing, just really lovely.
We had a dinner for the tour group on the first night and all had to stand and introduce ourselves - what fun..not! There are several group of Americans, 2 groups of 4, 1 group of 8, 1 group of 3 and ...
... have been huge all morning so we grab a frappe and head back at 1pm when they are much smaller. We are covered up and it is probably 27 degrees outside. The Vatican Museum was huge. I don't really know what I am looking at and am not a fan of tapestries or sculptures. However I loved stumbling across a mummy! The designs on all of the roofs of the museum were amazing. The finale is the Sistine Chapel home to ...
... for the week ahead. Not far from Castroni’s they discovered a pastry shop, the first one they’d seen so far, and walked out with a lemon and chocolate pastry for dessert this evening. [Note: The missing grocery bag was recovered during a follow-up visit to the same grocery store.]
On the return trip to the apartment with their latest treasures, the girls were confronted by a snarling pit bull who rode the elevator with ...
... the roses in my hands. 'For you, for you!' I tried to give them back, but he wouldn't take them. I was so confused, so kept walking, all the way across the square before he asked for money. So I gave back the roses, but he wouldn't take them. Aaaaahhh. It took me over 5 minutes to get him to go away. And then 24 more rose hawkers wouldn't leave us alone. At the top of the Spanish Steps ...