This afternoon, after lunch, I decided to make a trip around with another sister to look at the different cribs in Rome (of course not the whole Rome lah.) We managed to go over to the famous Piazza Navona, to be amidst the crowd of people shopping around the stalls. Wonderful to be with the people and see all the interesting stuff, with food and handicrafts. Then we were also able to see go into the Church of St. Agnes, St. Luigi and Trasportina to see the various cribs. The trip ended with the most interesting crib here, visited by the Popes every year. It was done by the workers taking care of the environment and the whole display is like a village, with the smallest details you could find in a house--even bread, sacks of salts…. If you come to Rome, you can always visit it anytime, open throughout the year.