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... to happen on this trip. Maybe later, if ever.
The rest of the day was dedicated to remaining cool. We chose to return to the hotel and pack our things as we leave for Firenze in the morning. We had a late lunch and another gelato for dinner and then off to bed.
Received a fb message from my cousin, Norma in Firenze. She wants to know if we’ll be able to see one another in Firenze. OH…I hope so!! ...
... rooftops, we could hear Eros Ramazzotti’s voice echo up the hillside, all while looking across to the other side of the metropolis to see the monumental Piazza Venezia rise above everything else.
It watched over Rome like it was God’s direct porthole to observing the happenings in the city, and that, coupled with some roasted castagne (chestnuts) at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, was enough to call it a day.
... conclusion is for the four of us to dine at a restaurant nearby, recommended by the hotel concierge. I enjoy another Italian classic pasta: spaghetti ciaci e pepe (spaghetti with cheese — in this case pecorino — and black pepper. Yalini has a tube-shaped pasta with mattriciana sauce. This is washed down with two bottles of house red between the four of us, which makes for a very convivial evening before we finally pack ourselves into a cab for the ride ...
Wednesday, Oct 2
Sean, co-owner of "The Roman Guy" picked us up with a driver in a Mercedes to take us to tour the catacombs, underground Christian tombs dating from the Second to Fourth century when one could be killed for being a Christian. Romans believed in cremation, so Christians had to hide the graves of their dead. They dug about 375 miles of tunnels with graves four deep that were like shelves cut out of ...
... the people near by got to choose whether they wanted to be a citizen or not and then from then on all the generations are Vatican Citizen. We got to see the museum of all the olden hold pulled carriages the popes use as well as all the history behind it all. There are so many paintings everywhere you couldn't even look at them all, they are covering like every inch of the walls. Fantastically done and there were tapestries which were the size of the wall from floor ...