Relais Piazza di Spagna
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... design, particularly all the below ground level with all the passages to allow the animals etc to "appear" out of nowhere. I continue to be amazed at the advanced thinking and design in these ancient cultures.
Worn out, we departed the Colosseum for the Hotel Artemide for a shower and relax before planning tomorrow. We're aiming to do a Vatican tour before checking out, and have to be ready to fly out in the evening. Busy last ...
The past few days have not been too eventful. Monday we made our trip back from Venice. That involved 10 hours in a bus and coming home to do homework, so nothing real exciting there. Yesterday involved classes (per usual) and then a plethora of time spent in the library. With the end of the semester coming up we have a great deal of final papers, tests, reflections, etc. I stayed in the library very late last night and then woke up for classes today. After class I headed ...
Last yummy breakfast buffet at our hotel on the ocean - we will miss this place - definitely could have stayed longer. Took our bus to the town of Montecassino, whose Abbey is the mother church of the Benedectine order. A german stronghold during World War II, the hilltop abbey was destroyed by Allied bombing then rebuilt as a replica of the original. Beautiful looking down at the town below, and amazing new(relatively), ...
... I was so pleased to go through the Vatican Museum and particularly enjoyed the tapestry room, 1side of the long room had tapestries depicting well known bible stories and I can't tell you how amazing the colours were still after 100s of years. It has started raining again but should be fine for the Colosseum tomorrow. Love and smiles, ...
... grand. It was about 6 acres big with endless ceilings. The architecture and the details are just unbelievable. From there, we went down into the crypt which is where the popes are buried. Because it was underground, the ceiling were about 12 feet high but felt so low, compared to everything we had just seen! We then chilled in St. Peter’s square and enjoyed the obelisk and columns on each side of the Vatican. We then went for lunch, which was just ...