On my last full day, I am running some errands. It is as beautiful a Roman autumn day as I have ever seen.
I went to the Campo de’ Fiori for some small items I have been lacking. This was the place of public execution for a while. Here is a nice inscription you can puzzle out.
There is a great Norcineria on the edge of the campo.
Some people like to walk around with a gelato. I prefer coppiette!
Skipping ahead I made a visit to Piazza Navona on order to ask St Agnes for a favor and ask her intercession for the soul of Msgr Schuler. The saints skull is preserved here
The “sanctuary” inscription outside the door… maybe hard to read:
Some of us may need this before the next four years are up.
A few more views on my way home to drop my stuff.
I know this town like the back of my hand. It’s my second home town, as it were. It is still fascinating and so photogenic.