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... a coin was tossed in whilst we were there. We actually sat there for a short while drinking in the atmosphere, marveling at the spectacular that was before us.
We headed from the fountain along narrow and traffic-clogged streets towards Piazza del Quirinale which is where Augustus Temple of the Sun once stood. Part of the fountains in the Piazza were built from the great Baths of Constantine. The Palace is home to the president of Italy and the presence of armed ...
... that I do) 4- A wine tour through Tuscany 5- Keep reading Game of Thrones 6- Go to Pisa and finally knock that effing tower down 7-Find out where the J-Shore crew lived and partied and go get my Guido on 8- Eat more pasta/pizza 9- Meet some more crazy people 10- Work on my tan Am I missing anything?? Ciao Roma, Helloooooooo ...
... means relaxation rather than sheer panic.
At the airport the security guard burst out laughing when the child behind me picked up his package from the scanner: a replica AK-47. I presume the Italian translated as: "Actually, I think I'll have a quick look at that." The gate is so far away we need a train to get there. My hands are actually shaking by the time my boarding pass is torn. I really am going to Japan.
- It held 50,000 people and was designed so well that it could empty completely at the end of the games within 10 minutes,
- It had 2 floors underneath the stage floor and the exotic animals were brought to the stage from underneath by the use of lifts and trap-doors,
- It had a retractable shade roof, made from linen, that could be opened and closed depending on the weather.
Amazing for a building that is ...
Today we arrive in Civitavecchia Port. This is the closest port to Rome. Again we were boarded onto buses quite early to spend a big day on our own in Rome. Rome was good although packed to the rafters. There were 12 ships in port delivering approx 45,000 passengers into Rome – plus the Pope was in town to give a sermon. That meant many more people were also there.
Dawn did note that the last time she was in Rome and Pope made a ...