Arco Romano Rooms
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... between 27 BC - 14 AD, its a circular building with large granite columns. A rectangle front links to a rotunda building which is under a "coffered" concrete dome with a central opening to the sky. Almost 2 thousand years after it was built the Pantheon's dome is still the worlds largest unreinforced concrete dome. It has been in continous use through history and since the 7th century used as a church dedicated to St Mary and ...
... The baths at Bath are almost original, the one we saw in Wales showed all the water supplies and drains. It seems Italy is not that fussed about it's centuries old heritage. The National Trust in the UK has a lot to be thanked for.
After that we went to to the Villa de Borghese, a large park just North of the old city centre. It is a villa constructed by some rich and famous Italians about 200 years ago set ...
... in losing was the diary I used during our teaching days in India. That can never be replaced. The low life's had left Maya's clothes but had stolen her underpants along with her backpack, passport and all our bathroom supplies. We were both in shock not knowing what to do. A mad fury gurgled beneath both of our calm exteriors with a certain feeling of loneliness that made you feel like curling up in a ball. Neither of us swear much but at this point it seemed worthy. A couple ...
On our way to Fontana di Trevi we walked by the Quirinale which had a column of Marcus Aurelius and the prime minister's office. We saw a bunch of people huddled around a door and this angry woman dressed in a fancy suit walked out followed by some official looking guys in suits. 0 idea what it was about though. We tried to ask but only figured out that it was the prime minister's office which we already knew thank you ...
... Ghetto, Jewish Ghetto, Circus Maximus and more. Was the perfect way to travel around as golf cart could go in many areas where cars are not allowed. In the evening we went to a restaurant Branden recommend "Mani In Pasta". Was glad we had reservations as we saw them turn away about 25 people while we were there. Excellent dinner, so decided to walk home. Got lost, 90 minutes later we found our apartment and learned a great deal about ...