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... more, and the Chef laughed and said “Why of course, if you pay for it!” Laughing, we all finished our meals and thanked the Chef for his time. My Uncle had sent the car to pick us up once again. Driving back home, we were taken to the heart of the city; it was one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. The people, the sky, even the smell was just amazing. The language (a set of sounds, combination of sounds, and symbols used for communication) ...
... as it was recommended as a good spot for nightlife in the city center. It's a large square similar to navona, but has a lot of buzzing restaurants and bars lined up on the perimeter of the square facing a fountain in the center. There's also a couple of frat-ish bars with a lot of American/Oz expat exchange student population. I hit a couple of these different kinds of bars, including one which had a beer pong table, and filled with "bro"s. Yup, exited that one in ...
... at Trevi fountain which is beautiful and lit up at night. We spent a fair amount of time sitting there people watching...free entertainment to say the least! On our way back to our hotel we stopped for dinner, where Jessica had steak and potatoes and I had lasagna made with fresh noodles...very yummy! No Italian wine tonite...too tired! Finished the night off with a Skype video chat with Dave and ...
... sculptures and some of the popes bodies were exhumed in glass coffins for people to see and worship. I found that part not very nice but everyone to their own! The church was so huge and the title of the biggest in the world is most definitely deserving. We came outside where the tour ended and you could see people already camping out for the canonisation tomorrow. St. Peter's square was so busy. People were chanting, dancing and singing. It was quite hot today so after visiting one of ...
... in person. The Pantheon was also so amazing and I never really knew much about it before going. I think I always get it confused with the Parthenon in Greece! We also saw one of the giant Obelisks and numerous statues. The city IS history everywhere you turn. FUN FACT: There are 38 different churches dedicated to Mary in Rome so never tell anyone to meet you at a Mary-related church!
Tomorrow we get to sleep in! Yay! Then we are off to see the Colosseum.