Tourist House Ostiense 1
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... We then walked to Piazza Navona, which wasn't yet busy with tour groups and vendors. Three wonderful fountains, with Bernini sculptures are in the centre of the Piazza. We paused to enjoy some more cappuccino, this time on a terrace. This was one of the highlights of the day. We then walked to the Pantheon. We weren't able to go inside as a mass service was being performed, but we had a chance to peek in the doors and see it from the outside. It is ...
... lots of people walking, shopping, or sitting and eating at an outdoor table at one of the many restaurants. It’s getting dark so much earlier now, too. I stopped to buy some bottled water and then came back and Facetimed with Karen. So there ended up being no rain today, but there is a 100% chance of rain forecast for tomorrow…! I’m going to post some of my DSLR pictures; I’m hoping we’ll be able to see improvements (me and you both!) as I use it ...
... opened up the second room to karaoke. The place was packed with people from all over the world. It was really cool to see!! Luke from our group went up and sang a song as well as MK, Nate, Same, and Casey. I did not have enough courage to go up their this time, but maybe next time. It was really a great night and I am glad I was able to share it with my new friends.
... and carried him back to the contiki people to try and get some help for it, luckily one of the girls working onsite and found another kitten and was looking after it so I was able to leave him with her, we called him Dewey :) I hope hes doing alright now!
I did put my scarf in a plastic bag after that and didn't wear it again until I could do some washing, I was a little worried that little Dewey may have had some sort of diseases.
After another half hour or ...
... to photograph their loved ones in front of the fountains and make it look as if they were the only ones there – and succeed.
Tip for any potential Jeopardy contestant, if you have to identify something that looks vaguely Roman and you don't know its name, it’s probably Hadrian’s XXXXX (XXX = arch, wall, bath, ...