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... again. Kind of romantic to think these guys were here drinking Italian wine, sipping espressos and writing.
We made up over another yummy light lunch and coffee, and trundled on to discover the modern workings of ATM, which meant we could go and see an exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions, which we walked past about 2 hours before and only took cash. So from 8.30 now it is about ...
... we waited until the visit started we had time to visit it by ourselves. Practical info: Foro Romano and Palatino are included in Colosseo ticket.
The guided visit was in quite a big group, with headphones and guide talking to a little microphone. As in San Pietro, I had problems with headphones and preferred to go closer to guide and listen to her directly... we learned a lot about Colosseo history... I could talk (or ...
Wine, espresso and gelato in that order. Sure there is a lot of history in Rome but that history is made even better with a few glasses of wine, or a double espresso. On a more serious note, my first bottle of red wine here was 1.80 euros or about 3 Canadian dollars! I think I am just going to start filling my water bottle up with it. Relax mom, I'm sort of kidding. My first three pictures in Rome will ...
... time I got there. I walked back to the hotel then made my way to the Lavaggio which is Italian for laundry. It was a little pricy to do it through the hotel so here I am but I am quite excited to have clean clothes I was really starting to smell not from a distance but if anyone put there nose right up to me they would be in for a surprise plus I dropped ice cream on my last semi clean pants ...
... and earthquakes, only the north side of the building now remains, as well as the underground passages which are now open to the public. Due to renovations over the years, the outside wall is in fact the original interior wall. A museum dedicated to Eros is to be found on the upper floor of the outer wall. Republic Square Viminal Hill is the smallest of Rome’s Seven Hills, and on its summit you will find the charming Republic Square. This semi-circular piazza was built over the ...