Al Foro Romano Guest House
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... at the statues. As it’s a temple/church it’s free to enter, there wasn’t a queue. It’s a stunning building, very nicely restored. However I think some tourists forget this is a place of worship! It was noisy and a message came over the internal tannoy reminding people to be quiet!
From the Pantheon we walked to the Piazza Navona. This is a lovely area, although quite touristy, we took pictures by two of the fountains.
From there we ...
... her vision of being attacked by Seraphim angels while paralyzed. The statue was under restoration and we could see only a small segment, however, the church has placed a 1:1 scale photo of the statue next to the scaffolding allowing us to appreciate the artwork.
Much of the church completion was paid for by the wealthy Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V in 1624. Pope Paul V made his nephew a Cardinal (Borghese was not religious up to this point) and provided ...
... 2 hours to have lunch at Wagamama's in Terminal 5, but no chance at all. Paul and I were stuck in the middle of the centre section of the plane, have never had that happen before. Luckily, the aisle seat beside Paul was empty so we were able to move over. Our Ontario Coachways bus was waiting for us but it seemed like a long drive home. Most of us snoozed through some of it. We didn't get to Picton until 12:30AM and then to our house by 1:00. Such a long day but what a great ...
... a painting of lots of painters in it. We saw the Popes balcony and where he comes out every Wednesday and Sunday. We saw Saint Peters Cathedral and the tombs of previous Popes. We went to the souvenir shop and Dad, Mum and Eleni got a few things but I didn't. Then we caught the metro home and we all had a dooze and rested for a bit and had a bit to eat then we went to the supermarket and got some groceries and we came home and went to ...
... Ruby studied the colosseum for preliminary ancient history so she couldn't wait to see it! And wow….What a massive, impressive structure. Only 1/3 of the colosseum is still intact. We did a tour. Ruby didn’t really like the guide. He spoke about the Gladiators fighting each other and the wild animals but he didn’t mention the romans feeding Christians to the lions. I asked him on the quiet about Christians being fed to ...