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... we were going to collide! Luckily there were no accidents! Just a nervous nelly up top! We got of the bus to attend a Welcome Mass for all of the Duquesne students in an absolutely beautiful church. After mass we walked through the cobblestone, picturesque side streets to find the oldest building in Rome that is used as a restaurant. We were served a five course meal that took over 3 hours. There was a pizza slice starter, two pasta dishes, a meat ...
What a whirlwind of a day. We started out with breakfast at the hotel at 6:45 and we were on the bus headed to the Vatican at 7:30. We met our local tour guide, Amelia, who was a fantastic guide and so knowledgeable about pretty much everything. She brought us through the Vatican Museum, and because we were part of the Trafalgar tour group, we were able to go places that were off limits to the general public, like the stepless spiral staircase designed by ...
... tourists I took refuge under a tree thinking it will pass fast ending up soaked totally. With my small umbrella that wasing match to torential rain walked back to desend from the park stairs and navigate my way to nearist bus stop. Every bus to Termin was so full that *********e person could force himself to get in. A couple of young swidish women who also were waiting for Termin bus approached me said would you share a Taxi witt us to Termin I said yes ...
... and I had carbonera (italian dish typical) which was amazing, and then she showed me her favourite espresso place, which was amazing, near the pantheon. Also theres a kind of cat emporium around here. In the past rome was FILLEd with cats, so they kicked them out, but were kind enough to build them their own sanctuary. cute right?
THEN i visited the pantheon, walked all the way to the vatican, where tourists run wild, like there are so many i cant even ...
... a coin into the fountain to make a wish. The person stands facing away from the fountain and tossed the coin over his/her shoulder. Did it!! The Spanish Steps were cool as well - lots of good pictures there. We aren't in peak season which is good for crowd control but the steps weren't decorated with flowers like they are in the warmer months. In our other wonderings ...