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... br> Okay, you know you are going to get a history lesson here, but it is the last one of this blog. This land was originally the spot of Emperor Nero's Circus. This is where the chariot drivers would race around the obelisk, which was transported by emperor Caligula from Egypt. The square itself dates back to Pope Alexander VII who wanted an area where more solemn occasions could be witnessed by the faithful. There are 284 columns with 140 statues of the ...
... both outside and inside in graffiti. NZ at times may seem unclean but compared to most of Europe it is a very green country. I think I mentioned the other day but the other thing that is unusual for us coming from NZ is the amount of people who smoke. The boys notice it more than we do but it seems all the locals have a cigarette in their hand. So after lunch which was quite late we decided we better head back to the boat. We passed the Vatican on ...
... seems even more massive inside than outside (if that is even possible) and offers pretty good insight on what an event in one of the first "stadiums" would have been like. The views looking outside are pretty spectacular too, with a view of the Arch of Constantine and the Roman Forum from above. We then went into the Roman Forum and walked around the ruins. With structure and ideas from the Republican era of Rome, there were lots of ...
... br> Love to you all at home and across the world
Wow, the 14th of October! The date that marks our final day in Europe.
After checking out, we lay all of our stuff out on the ground and completely re-packed our bags to fit in everything we had purchsed to take home. We took extra care to make sure that all the wine, oil and balsamic vinegar was wrapped tightly amongst our clothes. No-one wants that broken all through their luggage!
... mainly, I guess, but also street hawkers selling everything from hats to electronic accessories and cold water, police and sometimes beggars/gypsies. I was expecting to see more homeless beggars on the street but there have been very few. If you don't like crowds then Rome (or Milan or Florence) is not for you.
It is unbelievable how they park their cars in these narrow crowded streets ...