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This past weekend, Amy and myself made the hour and a half train ride south to the Italian capital of Rome. We started out at the Colosseum which, in my opinion, did not live up to expectations. For starters, the first view I had of the Colosseum was of scaffolding. Part of it was under construction. The rest of the outside was very cool to look at, though. The inside was also very cool, but still not as grand as I had imagined. It may have been ...
... a magistrate. From there, we walked along the river to Circus Maximus, the ancient Roman chariot racing stadium. That was disappointing - it’s now a park and is used for concerts, but we thought it looked very sad and neglected.
For our last day, we went to Villa Borghese, a large public park, which was once the estate of the Borghese family from the 16th-20th century. It’s a large ...
... their parents help and even fewer that take care of their parents financially. I think the independence of the teenagers/ young adults I have met on this trip stems from their uncertainty for the future. They feel the need to do things for themselves to provide some sort of a security whether it be financial or otherwise. I suppose the only way to find out what the actual long term consequences of the financial crisis in Europe is to wait and ...
... guide today which was special as it was like a private tour. Beautiful sculpture and frescoes. Walked past a huge amount of the Ancient Rome which is everywhere and amazing. A little rest now before drinkies on the terrace and dinner which in rome is late starting at 8pm. Off early tomorrow to head to Naples with a few stops along the way including Herculaneum which I am told is more interesting than Pompeii. Missing everyone and would love to hear from you, much love and more ...
... br> accommodation and a really nice guy checked us in. So relieved to
have a place to stay!!!
Woke up in Rome! Had a pretty cruisy
morning, just having the basic breakfast at the hotel and then
heading out to see the sights. Went to the Vatican first at around
midday. Walked around the main square (circle, I guess) and then went
into the Vatican museum. Luckily we were able to go ...