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The city of Rome contains numerous famous bridges which cross the Tiber. The only bridge to remain unaltered until today from the classical age ...
... fortune to see Papa Francesco for the second time in a couple of days. I was one of the many thousands of faithful to whom he delivered one of his regular Sunday Angelus services from the window of the Vatican apartments high above the Piazza below. It was certainly a wonderful, unexpected birthday present and a fitting end to a most memorable 12 week period of my life.
The final hours before my evening flight were spent taking in a few more sights and enjoying ...
... use it but I have bought them through an outlet. When you complain and start talking in English, they let you through the gate as the path of least resistance! I am back to a 7 day ticket now. There is a 30 day ticket but it is purchased at the beginning of the calendar month and I arrived right in the middle, so that one would have never worked out!
I changed train line at Termini (central train station) and joined ...
... district. Beautiful piazza (biggest one anywhere) and Duomo. Not much going on at night, except for the soccer game a couple of blocks from our hotel. Looks like it's a big deal and we wonder outloud if we should go and how to get tickets. We're tired from our drive and decide not to pursue it. Next morning we decide not to stay another night. We did the Duomo and museum and blew out of town. We had no agenda, no reservations, but decide to head to the little towns in ...
... of the large upper section was destroyed in an earthquake in 1349.
Construction on the Colosseum started in 70 AD and took 10 years to build. It held 50,000 people and, according to our guide, due to its design could seat all its patrons in 7 minutes. Try doing that at ANZ Stadium! This was due to its excellent arch structure. There were 80 arches on each floor with 76 of them numbered to allow patrons to find their seats ...