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... on chairs during the Mass and voices would be quiet and the reverence that is deserved at a Mass was soon in place.
With the service beginning there, we had a better view. The first reading was in English and that was the last we heard of a familiar language. All of the music that was sung was just wonderful. The group of cardinals, palm bearers and the Pope began their procession down the middle aisle toward the altar in front of the basilica.
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... We were able to spend the afternoon and evening with them doing some sightseeing and eating. Lucky these two speak impressive Italian for two aussies otherwise we would have had half the luck pulling the stunt we did at the Vatican later that day.
The twins arrived at around 5pm we all had something to eat and headed straight for the Vatican as we felt this was a 'cant miss' whilst in Rome! We boarded the metro and were hoping to make it for the 5.30pm church service ...
... fountain was impressive and huge, but just covered in bubble wrap.
Made it home to the Oxford, shower and nap before dinner, except I napped for 14 hours.
Jet lag .
DAY 2: 21/06/2014 Ignorant Aussie Abroad.
Up again at 6.30 ready for another day. Off to walk the mighty Forum and Palentine Hill, cos we were too tired yesterday. But first another magnificent breakfast.
We walked past the Spanish steps first. I ...
... I thought to take my last with Sammie. The show was loads of fun and children really enjoyed themselves and this time they stayed in the boundaries thanks to James masterpiece of tape. Workshops were even better although some children didn't like to lose, but hey you win some, you lose some. I'm going to jump ahead to lunchtime which was really lovely because we got fed, which is a bonus, and also because James ...