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... in 90 degree temps, with about the same level of humidity, we get to the bocca. I am NOT going to waste this opportunity. Christopher and I ask the attendant to take a picture of us (after I capture one of Chris); SO….I had planned to behave as though I were telling a lie, so the mouth was eating my arm. I surprised Christopher, and the attendant LOVED IT!
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... life. Stephen thinks our guide Milo is Javier Bardem (the villain from Skyfall). He's certainly a dead ringer for him. Our excursion to the crater was cancelled due to snow on the mountain top. That was a bummer for us, but gave us an early return to the hotel. On the way back we noticed two huge yachts anchored just off shore - one with a helicopter on the rear deck. Maybe it belongs to Milo? Photos of Mt Etna and the gorge to come! Tomorrow we are off to ...
... the Pope! So we fought our way through the crowds....throwing some elbows and walking through other peoples pictures is the only way! Simona would be great getting through a crowded bar....she knew how to weave through the crowds. We walked straight through the Sistine Chapel this time and it was shoulder-to-shoulder and noisy. Unfortunately at St. Peter's today there was a Episcopalian coronation scheduled so much of the space was taken up by ...
... should have traffic lights but here it really seems haphazard! Mostly you just need one person who is brave enough to step out, and then vehicles may stop. Not the motorbikes, though, they just honk and weave around you!
I managed to get to the next stop on the walk, Il Gesu, even if it was a little bit of a different route. I’m constantly pulling out my Streetwise Rome map when the Walking Rome book fails me! Il Gesu is ...