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... two guards on duty,
Then across town to the church called 'Peter in Chains'. There is a statue of Moses holding 'the famous tablet from the Mountain'. At the altar was the chains that bound St Peter when he was crucified. St Peter being one of the 12 Apostles who confessed Jesus as the Messiah was crucified upside down at his request since he saw himself as unworthy to be crucified the same way as Jesus. His remains lie in a tomb underground ...
... its majesty, as by the time one arrives at this final destination one is almost suffering from 'gorgeousness overload'! No doubt my many admirers have the same problem. The last time I was here was in 1986 while travelling with my brother Paul and at that time the ceiling was being cleaned, so half was still on its dirty, sepia coloured state & the other half already restored to its beautiful original state. This visit the whole ceiling is resplendent in its full ...
Buongiorno from Rome After a very bumpy drive through the countryside we arrived in Rome. After a quick check-in it was off into the city for our Rome by Night tour and dinner. We walked and walked and walked and walked some more! Rome is a major archaeological hub, containing numerous ancient sites, including the Roman Forum, Trajan's Market, Trajan's Forum, the Colosseum, and the Pantheon, to name but a few. The Colosseum, arguably ...
... a kiss of greeting. We had finally made it. After six months of planning to be at the Olimpico on this specific day, we had made it.
Having qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2007, the fans were in full voice as they egged their team on in the closing minutes towards kick-off.
I had been at the Olimpico before, for last year’s Roman derby Coppa Italia, but I never sat in the Tribuna Tevere.
... smokes – even the young ones, which is very sad. One thing we miss is the clean fresh air and smoke-free environment.
Another thing we’ve noticed is the graffiti. This city is over 3000 years old in some parts, and it’s so sad to see some of these beautiful ancient and historic buildings covered in ugly graffiti.
Tomorrow morning, we sadly farewell Roma for the last time and we’re off to Florence.
Ciao from Roma.