Travel Blogs from Rome
... was bustling with activity. The plaza was already 1/4 filled even though the papal audience did not start until 10am. We were able to find a good spot right next to a barricade. When the pope came into the square riding in the Pope Mobile, the crowd burst into cheers. People were chanting in many different languages, and I was really excited to be apart of something I have witnessed so many times on TV. The Pope drove right by us, although he didnt ...
... If you have been a faithful follower of my blog, you will know that we met Dario in his art studio a few years ago (we have befriended his disciple, whom he trained, the actor Mario Pirovano) and a year later at his apartment in Milan, where we had a risotto lunch with Franca.
Franca died this past summer. After she left the Senate, she wrote a ...
... full train home back to the ship, and was happily surprised by a fairly quiet and air conditioned ride home. Back on the ship we celebrated Marc’s birthday with a selection of small gifts collected through the ports- Turkish Delight, t-shirts, Barolo and the like.
Today, our last day in Italy, Caitlin and I rented an umbrella and beach chairs and relaxed at the seashore for a few hours. ...
... commerce building which has been used for the same since the Roman times, the Pantheon so beautiful and is still an active church, the ceiling is amazing not supported at all. Raphael is buried here, he died at 36. Last stop is Fiori Piazza where there are lovely flower stalls, cafes, and street stalls. Off to dinner now oh my so much food! pasta, pasta and more pasta.........Oh and a Gelato a day to keep the doctor ...
... you have made. I am heading to Australia a whole new and exciting continent. I will finally visit ...
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