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... Fortunately, no one saw him!
Bob seems to think that our waiter this evening is suggesting that Jan has put on weight.... he kept saying "prego, prego!"
Today we did buses, metro trains..... and a lot of walking..... experienced the metro in "rush hour" - where breathing is optional when you get squashed into a train and people argue, shout and push others out if they feel that it's too full!
Ant tomorrow..... the "holiday" ...
... became apparent that the line of people we had seen snaking around the square had booked tickets for the service inside, and that the chairs and crowd were just set up in advance for the papal Mass on Sunday. A little disappointed by our futile attempt we walked back along the Tiber River and stopped for dinner in the Campo di Fiori. For a while at the Colosseum we stopped and joined the masses ...
... wealthy and the rich and famous. However, now as then, it is a case of a "River Runs Through It"... it is the point at which the Tiber empties into the Mediterranean. At 406 kms [according to Wikipedia], the Tiber is Italy's third-longest river and is just as important to the locals today as it was 2000 years ago.
Four kms away is Ostia Antica which dates back to 1400 BC and was the original [river] port for Rome It is sometimes known as a ...
On my second day it was cool and wet. I walked through the city and ducked into some beautiful churches, went down to the Colosseum and past the old fort when it started to rain. Before I go on...
Go into every church, I know I've done a hundred of them but the outside is plain while inside they're masterpieces. Beware the in-your-face hawkers, which are the people coming up to you every twenty seconds flagging a pashmina in your ...
... up she would be probably twice the size of Christ. St Peter is buried here, and there is an indication near the center canopy of his grave. However after the church was built, his remains were actually found a bit over from where it was initially thought to be. There is a vent in the floor through which one can view the earlier church remains, and also the area where St Peter was buried.
Just a few of the things we learned:
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