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... there were along the different levels. People could access the fountain at the bottom to get a drink, Most fountains in Rome use fresh water that you can drink. One of the fountains we saw was made from an old crypt…… talk about recycling.
Peoples square came next, with its many impressive churches. Our guide, Joseph told us that the pope… nope, don’t know which one, just an old ...
... caught all the bodies as they floated down the river. If someone went missing the church of the dead is where you could go looking. They also gave a proper burial even to those bodies that weren't claimed. Skulls skeletons & wings are around a lot in Rome a warning death comes swiftly so worry about what your doing in life! Before we get to the Vatican we walk down the bridge of Angels & pass the ancient fortress. It's never been taken & there are ...
Today was to be less hectic!
We decided that we needed to get up earlier and see some things before the crowds took over the city.
Lynda, Mary & I headed off at about 5.30am to walk the 20 mins to the Trevi Fountain and were rewarded by the better light for photos and the lack of crowds in the area. The streets were pretty as we walked along, lovely soft light in the morning and street lighting in the small alleys was adding to the ambiance. ...
Sorry for not posting recently, I've been quite busy traveling and working on my final project. This entry's purpose is to catch you up on what I was doing prior to my trip to Vienna, but is mainly to make sure that my trip map is accurate. Anyways, on March 17th we were assigned our final studio project which is a housing project in Rome and our site is Piazza San Pietro in Vincoli (St. Peter's in Chains). On the east ...
... purses, watches, racks of clothes, and usual overwhelming array of nick-naks. Eventually the shopping path turns right into a vast maze where rows connect to one another through small inlets. That day, very few people were shopping aside from us so getting through it all was much easier than other outdoor markets. Our roommate Alice, happened to be one of the other people shopping though! It was fun to run in to her and take a ...