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Hop on bus was the order of the day today, our first stop was the Colosseum, bought an entry ticket for Palatine Hill that also got us into the Forum and the Colosseum. We decided to explore Palatine Hill which is right beside the Forum and Colosseum on one of the Seven Hills of Rome. We walked around the ruins for about four hours, something amazing to look at at each turn, this place is one of the highest hills in Rome and was built for the Emperors of Rome to ...
... get lost you get lost," but it was an easy find (especially with "Leaning Tower this way" signs on the streets).
After seeing the tower, we took a train back to Rome where we would be staying for about three more days. The woman with whom we would be staying, Michaela, gave us very clear directions as to how to get to the sandwich/beer shop that she works at to pick up the keys. We were able to follow most of her directions, but it was difficult for a few ...
We went to mass at Sancta Spiritu in Sassia church and ran into the same nuns from the US Bidhops office and in Assisi. We greeted the nuns outside the church. One if the nuns asked if we wanted to give one of the readings! Catherine gave the first reading from the book of Ezekiel. We took the B subway train to the St Paul behind the walls Basilica. We saw the tomb of St Paul the disciple beneath ...
... to raise the dome (forty three point three metres in diameter) in one piece and the marble work inside just a treat. They say the reason it is still in such good condition is that it has been in constant use since being built. It is now a church with regular services on a daily basis. Inside the Pantheon there are some significant tombs; the first king of Italy and the last queen; also to quote Relle some artist - turns out it is the tomb of Raphael. Legend has it that Mother ...
... Subiaco. Subiaco is the monastery where St. Benedict first dedicated himself to the monastic life. He spent several years there in solitude. According to tradition, St. Benedict did not live in the abbey and instead stayed in a small grotto about 40 feet down the mountain. The other brothers would feed him by sending down food in a basket. The monastery is incredible. It is highly decorated with frescoes and there are 2 different churches stacked on top of each other. It kind ...