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... her run. My runs were nowhere near as eventful, but they were well needed to keep all the good tucker at bay that we have been eating. Another great thing about Rome was the awesome weather - about 28 degrees and surprisingly Rome has had the most blue sky and clear air of anywhere that we have been so far in Europe which blew me away.
After arriving we took the open top bus tour to get a feel for the place and worked out where all the important ...
... the Colosseum and planted my disheveled self on the
patio. Although this may sound goofy, as I was eating desert for breakfast
looking at the Colosseum, it was hard for me to compute that what I was doing
was real life. Feeling truly grateful and extremely blessed, I felt as if life
had put me in this place for a reason and I wasn’t intended to be anywhere
else. I just have to figure out what the hell that reason is…
... so we found some over the road. Everything tastes good in Italy, even the plain things!
Back at our apartment, Joanna made some chilli veggie pasta and we watched Game of Thrones and packed for our departure tomorrow. We are sad to be leaving Rome and each other, but what a phenomenal journey this has been!
Some things I’ve forgotten to mention in my blogs so far:
Street vendors in Italy sell glowing toys that you can fling into ...
... and the center of Catholicism until St. Peter’s Basilica opened during the Renaissance (1508). San Giovanni in Laterano is still the city’s cathedral (not St. Peter’s) and is presided over by the Bishop of Rome – the pope. It is a space meant to WOW you and it certainly does. Bormini (the architect - more about him tomorrow) remodeled the church and opened up its spaces to great visual effect. ...
... english congregation. It was located only about 5 kms from where we are staying. We were welcomed warmly and we had the chance to meet a young man from *****ia at his first meeting. His name was Jude (its in the bible he proudly told us) and we had a great chat with him and Roberto his study conductor. We also met many others in the congregation (another young man his first time) along with some visitors from London and ...