Al Casale De Santis
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... importance over the common farmer or street trader. I could smell the corruption and hard justice of the time, beautifully entwined with a deep passion for the sciences, Renaissance art and music.
Ron and Debbie spent their time sneaking Medici like through all the interconnected above ground tunnels, linking Palazzo Pitti to Ponte Vecchio to Palazzo Signoria. If you've seen the Dan Brown movie "Inferno", then you'll ...
... 4. Shaving on a bus is possible. However, it is not recommended.
5. Unless your significant other is on tour with you, no one is going to know that you haven't changed your underwear in three days.
6. Sleeping on the bus is a necessity. Travel pillows are your friend.
7. Mean Girls is timeless.
8. During free time, you're far more likely to get stuff done in smaller groups. If you need to do your own thing, do your own thing. ...
... Lateran which is the oldest of Rome’s four major basilicas and is the cathedral of the Church of Rome. It’s the official seat of the Pope and holds the title of “Mother church of the whole world” among Catholics. It ranks above all other churches in the Roman Catholic Church - even above St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. [Another Cathedral added to our list!!]
We visited another of the 4 ...
... their kids, Amelia 14 and Isaac 7 ( Darwin); Wendy and her grandson Jacob ( from Ontario in Canada) It was nice and relaxed, we strolled into town found a place to eat, sat, shared stories, drank and then found a much needed supermarket to stock up on snacks, fruit and other supplies (note: we haven't been near a supermarket since we got to rome 4 days ago so we have been spending a fortune on water and snacks!! We strolled home and fell into bed, ...
... Shelly museum next to it!
I was disturbed by the Pope Summer palace, constructed by using the Colosseum's outer curtain wall as a quarry.
The Pantheon is awesome in the literal meaning. I am in awe of that 1900 year old engineering marvel. It is such a vast space, and has had so many ceremonial uses over the years. And it's still standing despite the greed and scorn of emperors and Popes.
The Romans really knew ...