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... have really taken our breath away as you just come upon them and cannot even see these wonderful sights until you are right on top them. Coming from behind, Hallie didn't even see the Pantheon until we were right next to it and she kind of jumped back when she realized what it was.
After lunch it was time to head back to see how the line for the Vatican was, and being much shorter, we braved it and we were in 25 minutes ...
... Uh baby kittens yes!!!
Well apparently I didn't listen well enough because it was the nursery for ill cats. She introduces us to every cat as though they are all her family members. As we pet each one for acknowledgement... we see the cats that are fully blind, the cats with missing limbs, the cats with no ears, the cat that sees things and attacks air (wut?!?!?)..
Just as Dan gets done petting this one cat that looked fully fine the lady goes ...
... I drop 10 euro buying 2 umbrellas, because I just can't stand the pelting rain any more! It was seriously sad as well as hysterical. But luckily now we have mini umbrellas that will fit in my purse! We got back to the apartment, by then it was just raining, not RAINING. And so we go to the squirt gelato place one last time. :) And looking back, I am glad we have Rome another chance, we really enjoyed it this time, much much more than I did last time! I could definitely go back again! So much more to ...
... to rule out fractures or infections. Two hours more for the results, a vending machine lunch of coke and crisps while we sat amongst about 20 people lying in beds in a hallway, and the eighth doctor I saw tells me my tendon is inflamed from overuse, probably in bad shoes, exactly what we had predicted but better to be safe than sorry. Given a prescription for magical extra strong ibuprofen and inserts for my brand new trainers and out we were shoo'd to find the ...
... haven't mastered the art of navigating museums.
After that we caught the metro to Castle Sant'Angelo, a building that had started out as Hadrian's (yes him of the wall fame) mausoleum and was later turned into a medieval castle. Unfortunately on the journey there Lauren is sure someone tried to rob her! We ran to get on one of the metro carriages and a woman followed in close proximity, kind of barging into her. Lauren ...