ROME 22/06 – Day 20: Field of flowers

Sunrise was at 5:33 and sunset at 20:51 and the Ave Maria, were it to chime in SCV, 21:15. The Summer Solstice occurred at 9:13 UTC.  It is the Feast of St. Aloysius Gonzaga in both the Novus and Vetus.

I had to pick up a few things in Campo de’ Fiori, including… fiori.  One of you kind readers recently sent a Venmo donation and I bought some flowers for the apartment.   THANK YOU!

It’s HOT.   Doesn’t it look hot?   P.za Farnese.

Oh… by the way… remember to order some beer from the great monks at Norcia!

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Campo de’ Fiori, open market in the mornings.  Once upon a time, place of executions.

Some random shots.

My favorite “deli”, Ruggieri.

I know I posted some photos of the tomb of St. Aloysius a week or so ago, but here they are again.

St. Aloysius Gonzaga.

Again, I prayed here for a good long time.

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