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... nativity set up for Christmas. Walking into the Piazza I don't think we had ever seen so many people in the square, as we meandered through the crowd we discovered Pope Francis was going to give speech at noon. So we got to see and listen to the Pope. With Robs translation he was telling the crowd to find happiness in the family and not look outside the home for it. Then he wished us all to have a good lunch and enjoy the Sunday. What ...
... a 500 year old fountain, or an old building with huge columns out the front right next to some apartments or shops! Very cool!
The Trevi Fountain was being restored so a bit disappointing as was covered with scaffolding and lacking any sign of water so difficult to see what all the fuss is about!
Also went on the Hop on hop off bus and had a good tour of the city whilst resting our legs. Found a cafe with free wifi, (ours doesn't work at the apartment) ...
... of pasta items alone is astounding.
Meanwhile, the tour director spent the day catching-up on blogging duties, email correspondence, and other sundry chores (plus a late-afternoon catnap). We also made online ticketing arrangements to visit the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel next Wednesday, which should save us the time and aggravation of waiting in ...
... I left Doug with the camera and he headed to St. Peter’s crucifixion site. I walked to each wooden box and read the languages to make sure I could find an English speaking priest. I found a sign that said English and knelt in the window…and waited….and waited. After a minute, I got out and realized the light was not on….ha! No priest. I moved on hoping someone had seen it and been entertained. I walked around a corner and found THE LIONS! I had ...
... in the area. I was stopped by an old man with a map and got duped! He ended up trying to sell us a purse. They were everywhere!!! Finally, we made it to the pizza place and enjoyed a style of pizza I haven’t had before, like focaccia. Then, we walked back to the entrance of the Vatican Museum, just in time for our tour.
The english tour was full of people from all over, and we were the only Americans! Everyone ...