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... t even have the notice that it was closing early. There was a 90 minute wait to get through security and it was about 90 minutes before everything closed completely. We simply did not have time. Bummer
We headed out and headed toward Castello Sant’Angelo which is famous from Angels and Demons. We took a rather scenic route because, while filming at St. Peter’s, my camcorder said it was out of memory. Bummer. I told Sergio ...
... the day when the piazza is packed with people... Back in the car and a stop at the Vatican and St. Peter's Square and the Basilica in the background. There was no-one else in the square... And then we all get in the car for the drive home (some of the Americans were lucky enough to be able to fall asleep on the way) and we get home about 7AM just as it is getting light. We cannot believe how lucky we were with the weather. It did not rain at all while we were out! And the tour ...
... The earphones that they gave out didn't work, giving off so much static that it was piercing. Dane and I, and some people from a couple of other parties who were also on our tour, lost the guide at one point when she turned a corner and up some stairs without us realising. When we eventually found her, she didn't even know that we were missing! We did get the main thing that we hoped for though which was the early entrance, with no lines, to view the most beautifully painted ...
... or for the Farmacia (Pharmacy), lots of cars parked willy-nilly (more so than usual?!). On the other side is a bridge into the Jewish Ghetto; I’ll be doing that walk sometime soon.
The first of 3 churches on my route today was Santa Cecilia in Trastevere (there must be another not in Trastevere!). You enter from the Piazza through an archway into a medieval courtyard. Inside the church, there is a sculpture by ...
... from. I have been traveling by myself for the past 7 days, its been fun, but Im sure am glad that for the next 2 weeks i will be traveling with my family (Friends & family all the same) - the Petrivellis & Payumos. That night when I went to bed I knew that I was with a very special group of people. My family just got bigger. The Petrivelli's found their roots here in Rome. Now, I've found a bigger family through Mikey & Michelle's union. We are all so blessed, to have a ...