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... Pontifical Oriental Institute.
In recent years, there has been a significant growth in Rome's Muslim community, mainly due to immigration from North African and Middle Eastern countries into the city. As a result of this increase of the ...
... wasn't very beautiful, but inside was awesome.
Once in Piazza dei Popolo, we walked by one of the streets until we found the Tiber river. I wanted to see Augustus Temple, and we did, but just from the outside, not very worth visiting to be honest... Then we walked by the river and as we ...
... written on the back of out ticket. The Pope finished by blessing everyone and any objects they brought. The girls chose some special Rosary beads for Grandma Murrin that they had blessed along with a few other pairs of beads. We left Vatican City and walked all over Rome. Our first stop was Castle St Angelo. We then walked across the Tevere River, as the call it in Rome, towards Piazza Novona. We stopped here and had lunch and ...
... for 7 eu. Well worth it! We were trying to go to this district in Southern Europe for dinner, but only hot as far as an Irish pub ran by Italians. It was cosy, they had food, the local soccer team Rome were on TV, it was cheap, loving it! After the first beer I thought I'm way too hungover to be drinking. So I had another. ;) Walked back to Metro train station, and a guy ran passed and he brushes me with his bag on my right ...
... still debating whether or not I should buy my tickets online since I knew I would get discouraged by the line up and go window shopping instead. I met "Diego" and "Wayne" from my hostel and Diego said he also wanted to visit the Vatican museums, so we decided to go together. Rush-hour in the Rome metro was quite interesting, we had to wait for a few trains until we were able to push our way in, and a few stops later, we were in line for the ...