Steps in Rome
The fountain in
front of the Spanish Steps.
A street artist
who uses just spray cans of paint.
The man above
has a steel plate under the bottom rug. Then a steel rod runs up
the inside of the bamboo pole. Then it connects to a plate under
his seat. This way it appears that he is floating in air.
The exterior of
There is a hole
in the ceiling of the Pantheon that lets in the light. There are
The interior of
the Pantheon that is illuminated just by the hole in the
Piazza Navona in
Cynthia at lunch
A typical street
street in Rome.
Campari and soda
Hors d'oeuvre served with the
Campari and Cynthia's glass of wine.
The Trevi Fountain.
For some unknown
reason a parade went by our hotel.
The Vatican on
Sunday morning. There were zillions of people there. The jumbo
TV to the left of the fountain shows what is happening inside
The service in
St. Peters does not include the Pope. Rather, he appears after
the service finishes. The Pope is located within the red circle
above. He has a loud speaker system set up. He delivers a 15
minute service from the window.
This is a
close-up photo of the Pope in the window.
Peters the Pieta statue
Peters, The dome
Peters. One of many statues
Peters, The guards
The Vatican on
Tuesday, when it was not crowded.
A simple lunch
A small church
we came across in Rome. There are many like this.
The ceiling in
that small church. The only light for the church is what comes
through the windows in the ceiling dome. There are no other
A water fountain
in Rome that offer regular water and soda water. See the red
arrow in the image above.
The ruins of
Cynthia had a
All Saints Day
marathon in Rome