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... gelaterias, often just browsing at products and packaging, and looked upon every menu that we passed before settling on a place to eat. No, we didn't eat at the one in the Piazza near the Pantheon whose owner wanted to take Bridget to see his kitchen! I was away a little distance taking photos and watched the "pretty girl alone in Rome" scene. Bridget had the last laugh on me when at dinner I dipped my bread into a jug thinking it to be olive oil when in fact it was my serve ...
... we learned held the quarters of many past popes. In fact a secret passageway was built from the castle to St. Peter's square so that past popes could travel back and forth safely. Finally, we made our way to St. Peter's Square where we heard a gentleman's voice projecting from a speaker. We looked up to the papal quarters and saw that the voice was that of the pope addressing the square on All Saint's Day. Now for Roman's seeing the pope is not uncommon as ...
Unsurprisingly we woke up early this morning and headed out around 7am to revisit the Colosseum. It is a glorious morning with clear blue skies; a gentle breeze and birds happily singing away
Being a Sunday morning, there was very little traffic or hoards of tourists. From the pictures you can see what we saw and enjoyed en route. What a day!
Headed back to the apartment ...
... quarters for a religious order, a fortress, a quarry, and a Christian shrine. The name Colosseum has long been believed to be derived from a colossal statue of Nero nearby (the statue of Nero was named after the Colossus of Rhodes) but only it's base survives today and the statue is long forgotten. In the 8th century, a famous epigram celebrated the symbolic significance of the statue in a prophecy that is variously quoted: "as long as the Colossus stands, so shall ...
... her best to speak English for us. She was very knowledgable and just after entry to the museum gave us some information about the Sistine chapel, as we had to be silent while we wandered through the chapel. The architecture and sculptures were incredible as well as all the paintings that appeared to be carved but were not. It took us two hours to get through the museum to the Sistine Chapel. There is so much to say about the things we saw I just can't do them justice or ...