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Travel Blogs from Rome
... Vatican; it's the vatican. There's a lot to see and the don't give you the time to see it it. The Sistene Chapel is amazing, the attempts to cover the people's nudity is hilarious, and the atmosphere probably isn't as reverent as religion would hope. But it's on the world's bucket list so why not. After that we grabbed some lunch and went through a few laneways filled with amazing vintage costume jewelry, antiques and the like. Tempted doesn't even cover it! Then on to the most ...
... moons ago. · St. John Lateran Basilica (San Giovani in Laterno) - the cathedral of the Bishop of Rome (the Pope) It ranks above all other churches in the Catholic Church, including St. Peter's Basilica. · Coliseum- pretty darn awesome! A sporting arena, so this was Roger's venue. All that was missing was a picture of him eating a big hotdog. ;) · leaving Rome tomorrow to head for the Amalfi Coast. ...
... languages one day, switching from one to another fairly fluidly depending on the nationality of the guest. Any question I had, they answered, and if requested, they would make reservations and phone calls for you--anything you needed.
We only had a few hours of daytime left at this point, but there was one thing on our tourist agenda for the afternoon: the Via Appia Antica aka the Appian Way. After getting ...
... piece of engineering and the size is impressive - designed to take between 50000 and 70000 people. The intricate maze beneath the stadium and the lifts and pulley systems used to introduce the animals and the condemned to the arena was also impressive. The first games to inaugurate the Colosseum involved the hunt and slaughter of 5000 animals and a similar number of condemned via gladiatorial fights and other events. Hence I was similarly impressed by the thought ...
... favorite Gelato place.
R&R at our hotel, then off to Piazza Navona for one last Roman dinner at Scalia on the Piazza. Only disappointment was the ever-present cigarette smoke. We share our meals of Veal Scaloppini in Lemon sauce, 4-cheese gnocchi, Paste e Fagioli and Spaghetti alla Carbonara. Bri decided the spaghetti was the best ever and we should try it at home.
Starting to rain - time to move ...
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