We took this long walk after dinner (at Campo di Fiori -- remember that Gelateria, Dogwood? :-)) to the Piazza di Navonna, the Pantheon, and spent an hour sitting in front of the Fontana di Trevi.
The Pantheon. The temple to Hadrian (later incorporoated into the Borso, the Roman stock exchange. Now a museum.)
Fontana di Trevi. The waters are from an aqueduct that goes back to 10BC!
The shoes of Co-ray (who's visiting from Cambridge, UK)
Other highlights -- visiting St. Peter in Chains (with the chains reputed to have bound St. Peter in Jerusalem and in the Mamertine prison in Rome), and the Basilica of St. Paul outside the Walls, where we joined the Benedictine monks for vespers followed by Benediction! Simply heavenly!
Most hilarious moment of the day: while we're sitting there in front of the fountain. A large gaggle of rambunctious middle-aged American women lined up to get their picture taken, screamin', hootin' and hollerin' and obviously having a whale of a time, disturbing the peace, reminding us of how we're sometimes tempted to say we're Canadian [well, I can get away with the Apu-nod and "I'm Indian" thing ... :-)]. At the end, as they dispersed, one came up to us, and with wide-eyes looked at J and pointed to herself saying, "Americano!" We died laughing. Like we hadn't noticed!