Prince of Navona
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... St. Peter's Basilica. I can't even describe it because everything was so gorgeous. We climbed to the top of the dome (too many steps) and we got to overlook the entire city of Rome which was breathtaking. Pictures are to come because only words won't do justice. By that time it was around 4 pm and we were hungry for some lunch. We stopped again at a pizzeria which did not disappoint me. After that we went over to see Castel Sant' Angelo when it was getting ...
I arrived at the Brisbane airport at 9:45 am on this morning I was very excited and ready for the trip to Rome. After the long two hours of getting through security and all the other crazy stuff I had to deal with I was finally on the plane to Rome and at 12:45 am I was off.
After 3 hour and 20 mins of flying ...
Up and back on the train. We went to an authentic pizza slice shop, a small kitchen in a back street. The tiny cafe was swamped with locals and visitors. We had to shout our orders over the crowds. The square pizzas were simply incredible.
We walked to the Colosseum. A spectacular sight! We went inside and circled the tiers of this incredible and iconic structure. We spent the the evening at the ...
... iron clamps that held blocks together and looting stone from the Colosseum. Pope Alexander VI even leased it out as a quarry, collecting one-third of the profits. It was not until 1749 that Pope Benedict XIV forbade the removal of stone from the structure, consecrating the arena to the Christian martyrs who died there and erecting a cross in the centre. Later popes initiated various restoration projects, reinforcing the fašade and removing ...
... took the marble to put it to better use (ie statues, floors etc).
After our tour of the Coleseum we just went wondering through Rome and looked in some shops (bought me new jandals) and dodged the rain that came down for an hour or so!
We went into various different churches around Rome and took photos of some bridges and such until it was time for dinner and then bedtime!
The third day we had in Rome was pretty much dedicated to going round the ...