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All along, Jeff and I kept wondering if they would move the audience inside because of the rain. As soon as we could get a better view of St. Peter’s Square, we knew for sure we would be sitting in the rain, so we looked for another vendor and bought two plastic ponchos. Best purchases of the day.
We were in the square by 8:30, just like we wanted to be and we had an hour and a half to go before the Pope would arrive. In that hour and a ...
... you know vaccinated and cared for. There are like hundreds of cats there. There is also a closed off section like for disabled cats, some blind, some with neurological problems, you know. They will live there for ever like but the other cats are welcome to go in and like visit/play with them. Many of the like healthy cats are adopted like and cats can be "sponsored" like from tourists. It is such a great ...
... area, which was good as we were both hungry and ready for dinner.
Dinner consisted of a vegetable pizza a couple of beers and perfect spot in the park over looking the Coliseum. It was a great spot to have a bite to eat. The park itself had some suspect characters though. There was a group of guys wandering around and stealing things from people. At one point they surrounded us, hoping to sneak in from behind and steal our packs. We were ...
... with a catering service included. The reception lasted from 2 to 8 pm and with so much to write about the decor, the food, the guests, the dancing and drinking, it’s going to be a challenge to keep it short but here goes.
First let’s talk about the spirit (no pun intended) of an Italian wedding party. It’s about wine, family, friends, food and wine until you can’t deal with any of them anymore. Oh yes, I forgot to mention wine.
... of the world's churches. Marvel Pieta and Bernini's amazing
bronze canopy. Pope Francis visited the tomb of St. Peter, following his
elevation, for a visit of devotion that lasted 45 minutes. He is the
first Pontiff to visit the necropolis since extensive archaeological
excavations were conducted at the ancient site decades ago. We will also
visit the tomb of Pope John Paul II located at the Vatican. Dinner and