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... catch the sunset. Unfortunately we missed it as we were exploring the Pantheon and its surroundings. Eventually we made it piazza Navona, although we were more interested in the flower arrangements on the balconies and the amazing artwork being displayed in the piazza than the fountains. From here well, lets just say we had some fun... Our internal GPS' had gone on strike and we literally walked ALL OVER ROME! We found some really neat little places but after walking for ...
... Pope Francis appeared at a window to the right of the square. He spoke for about half an hour and gave us all a blessing and asked for us to pray for him as well. It was another emotional day for me. A day that I will never forget! Our visit to Rome has been a very memorable one. Lots of walking, train rides, being hassled by street sellers, eating gelati...where do I stop!! I loved every minute and hope to bring David here one day... I think all my photos have stirred something inside ...
... br> Anyway we are here weather is just absolutely gorgeous. We had
pasta with clams. We had 2 kilos of clams ( 4.4 pounds for those of you metric challenged)
After a hefty lunch we drove to the lake and had a lovely primeval with more food just what we needed.
Ok we are jet lagged, freaking tired, kristi is speaking in tongues, so we are going to be bed.
... to understand his past and, therefore, present while he continues to live as both an American and European, traveling back and forth on a regular basis. Walking through his history has been a beautiful adventure of a young man able to harness a juicy life full of friendships, family, music, painting, and sea.
So it was a great surprise to find out that his old friend from Anguillara was having a party for his wife's birthday, that we ...
... what he was saying made it a little confusing, ut it was still a very moving event.
We ended the night with some gelato and conversation of how baffled we were that we just witnessed that. It still seems surreal that I got to witness this world-renowned event. This only happens every few decades, and I just so happened to be in Rome during it. Long Live Papa Francesco!