Pantheon from Hotel Room
St. Agnese Church on Piazza Navona. Photos were not allowed inside, but it was a small and tall church filled with gold and marble. The proportions made it one of the most impressive we saw.
The fountain in Piazza Navona
A pope calendar. There was also a hunk priest calendar for Catholic fans
Church of St. Louis of the French. Rome know marble.
The Spanish Steps were closed for renovations
The view from Pincio Gardens. There are more domes in the skyline than I could possibly name.
Statue of Giordano Bruno at Campo de Fiori. He was burned at the stake in this location and become know as the Martyr for Science due to his theoligical hereasies.
Musicians have their circuits and seem to stay out of each other's way. We were lucky to have this guy play during our dinner at Campo de Fiori.
Sunlight entering the Pantheon through the oculus
Roman Forum from Palatine Hill
Cobbles of Rome
An evening in Rome
Albergo del Senato Hotel. A nice spot to make a home base
Reading by iPhone after Dark at the Pantheon
Mime on a coffee break
Pantheon after Dark
150 Flavors of Gelati
A familiar landmark
A nice assortment of Marble Columns
Hotel Terrace Bar