Somehow we have this knack of attracting students from all the world to talk with us. We were up on the Aventino hill exploring the Knights of Malta grounds, looking for the famous key hole (peep hole) through a door which frames a view of St. Peter's Basilica . We happened upon seven young ladies from Barcelona, who were on holiday from pharmacy school. Of course we immediately struck up a conversation, gave them our blog information, and then posed for a group picture. All-in-all, it was a fun time.
This doorway with the Knights of Malta carvings adorning it, contains the key hole through which you can see directly to St. Peter' s Basilica
Looking through the key hole. It does not photograph well this way, but take our word for it, that is St. Peter's where the white light is. After several tries to take this picture, this was the best I could get. It is really stunning to see at night when St. Peter's is bathed in lights.
We seem to attract students like bees to honey....
View from the gardens from atop the hill.