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... now, we would not be back. The kids, too, looked like they just needed time to 'be.' So after saying goodbye to Toni, we back-tracked through the Forum to explore at our own pace. The kids felt a bit more free and relaxed (as did we), and Graham had more time to take pictures. It was late afternoon at this point; the crowds had diminished and there was a nice soft afternoon light. We were glad to have stayed and explored a bit more on our own.
... Piazza Navona. Unfortunatley a couple of them were under repair so you couldn't see them as well but we got the idea. The next morning we did a tour of the Vatican including St. Peters Basilica and square and the Sistene Chapel. The artwork in the museme and churches is magnificent and the size of the st. Peter's basilica and the over the top and grand decoration inside was great to see first ...
... ll never forget a hispanic man near us start pumping his fist and cheering when her realized that the pope was coming back by. He looked our way this time. It was very, very exciting!!! Then he returned to the stage in front of St. Peter's. Today's reading was read in about eight different languages. Then the Pope Francis spoke to the crowd in Italian. After that, a representative from various languages, again about eight, greeted the pope in that ...
... We would love to catch up, at least by phone, with friends if possible. However, we depart on Wednesday. 23 rd Oct. for Melbourne to meet Robert's cousin Kathy and her husband Tom (presently cruising in Bora Bora enroute to Sydney). We will fly together to Launceston and spend 10 days or so in Tasmania before our return home early in November, just in time for Lucas' 8th birthday on 7 Nov. and the beginning of holiday festivities, replete from all our travels. MUCH LOVE, Kay and ...
... brother Josh and his dad from Melbourne. The speaker was from Perugia (Alessio Tassi) so we have arrnaged to meet him when we go there later in October. We didnt want to leave but eventually had so so we walked back to the station with Josh and his dad and caught the train one stop home.
Had a nice meal and gelato locally, pasta for Bianca and I and pizza again for Dianne and Josh. Afterward I sent others ...