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Rome has not always been a city with churches. This is hard to imagine now when Vatican City is located within Rome and there are Catholic Churches (or other denominations) everywhere. Rome was once ruled by pagans and pagan leaders. This particular artifact consists of the remains of the first Roman leader that supported Christians and was in fact a Christian himself. Constantine was the first Christian Roman emperor. ...
... and minor basilica in Rome, Italy, best known for being the home of Michelangelo's statue of Moses, part of the tomb of Pope Julius II. The statue is sublime and the edifices on the walls ( skeletons and such ) are weird. After breakfast we chose to do the following extra tours Villa D'Este Situated in Tivoli on the outskirts of Rome. Often called Tivoli Gardens, are set high on a Hill with stunning views of the countryside. It is ...
... the specialities of the house and region tortellini di zucca a ravioli of pumpkin in a butter suace then the giambonetto di Vitella con purea, braised veal leg with mash. This selection brought an approving nod and acknowledgement that I had chosen the house special. If nothing else I know my food & like it! I have seen numerous macdonalds - who the heck would want to eat that in Italy when even the panini are ...
... top, Pants, Down jacket Socks, underpants, handkerchiefs, pajamas, walking shoes Handbag, Passport, tickets, bookings, Credit/travel money cards, GST receipt, sunglasses, Shampoo, conditioner, combs, Shavers, soap, Toothbrush & paste, Sunscreen Ist aid kit plus paracetamol, ibuprofen, antihistamine, Betadine, Omeprazole, Canesten OUR HOTEL IN ROME We have booked at the same hotel at the beginning and end of the trip so that we can leave the bike bags ...
... makes up one of the seven hills of Rome. We saw ruins of palaces resided in by popes and emperors alike. The terrain was hilly and rocky but the view of Rome from the top was breathtaking.
We proceeded to the Roman Forum. Here we saw temple ruins, including the temple where the remains of Julius Cesaer were kept. Our tour ended after making our way through the Forum.
We caught a taxi to Piazza Del Popolo where we wandered the ...