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... magnificent old style cage lift. Marbled floors and high ceilings made us feel like we were constantly in a 1960's film and Bridget Bardot and Peter Sellers were just waiting around the corner with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn!
Getting around in Rome is easy. You can take the bus, the taxi, hire a moped, or simply walk. We walked. We walked so far on the first day - but with Rome relatively flat and just beautiful, we didn't notice the miles adding ...
... dark corridors that led further into the catacombs...we were told that there was over 11 miles of tunnels!! It really was quite interesting to learn about...our guide was great!
Afterwards we were ready for more shopping...had to finish Rome up right. Then it was back to our favorite restaurant, La Mucca Bischera for some more pasta and pizza! Tomorrow is Madrid so no more pasta, pizza or gelato for us. We will miss ...
... is I know what that would be like. Slo mo. Then crunchy. Then black. That is what blunt trauma is like. Personally I feel fear of heights is a very natural desire not to go down the blunt trauma route. Anyway back to war and strikes. Obama I'd just about to announce his next move re ISIS. The cynical bit of me says "depends how US oil production currently stands" but let's hope for all that this is not another protracted war - no one wins ...
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Of couse St Peter's is beyond amazing, and our tour ended here. Patrick and I attended Mass in a side chapel. It had been a lovely morning weather - wise too, but was a bit rainy off and on in the afternoon as we headed to explore.
We went back home to freshen up and then headed on the metro to Circus Maximus and to stroll along the Tiber River. We walked around the ruins ...
... home outside St. Peter's Along the way we found the Pantheon, which is the most preserved building from Ancient Rome. The Pantheon is a building commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus as a temple to all the gods of ancient Rome, and rebuilt by the emperor Hadrian about 126 AD. Finally managed to weave through the streets and find our way home. Overall a great day and we certainly learnt a ...