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... gates had to be opened for us to get access to the underground area and the upper tiers of the stadium. The arena floor was constructed of wood and covered with soft sand. This was done so that there would be a surface that allowed fighters (whether animals or humans or both) to have a familiar feel of the outdoors when jousting. Also, it was easier to wash the blood through the sand at the end of every day to prepare for the games of ...
“Rather than making a really impressive museum in the castle that defends Naples’ sea port, two thirds of the building is occupied by local government offices. On the ground floor is a room with a plate glass floor revealing many skeletons buried below, but very little by way of explanation. On the upper floors in another wing are a couple of galleries of paintings. The whole lot lacks cohesion and explanation.”
... over two hours for water and a chocolate bar. It had been raining all day and millions, well it felt like that, of Indians were trying to sell us umbrellas and ponchos! And yes Nikki was shouting at them hehe!!!! We had lunch at a nice little restaurant! We ate outside under shade and ate pizza and pasta and watched the rain come down and the Indians try to sell sell sell haha! It was like Bali. After lunch we went to the Vatican! ...
... squares that displace weight. The result is a beautiful pattern and a height that really makes you wonder how it could have been built without modern technology. After we left the Pantheon, I wanted to do my own thing.
I left the group and made my way around Rome on foot to take in the architecture and stopped often for gelato until I found myself at the Vatican. I didn't go into the ...
... at the museum. The walk to the Colosseum was hot and long and by the time we got there we were a bit over it. Out of 100, I'd say we were operating at about 30. We got sucked into a tour (it was really cheap and we were too tired to argue and wanted a sticker so we could be left alone by the other tour operators). The lady pointed to an older couple and said they were the other suckers, I mean, members of the tour group. We thought, oh good, it's a small group so we'll be able to ...