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... pontifical universities and other institutes, including the British School at Rome, the French School in Rome, the Pontifical Gregorian University (The oldest Jesuit university in the world, founded in 1551), Istituto Europeo di Design, the, the Scuola Lorenzo ...
... today... We then wandered down the road to see the Castel Saint Angelo and the Piazza del Tribunal before crossing over the river & walking back to visit the inside of the Parthenon. This is beautifully decorated and also contains the final resting place of the famous artist Raphael. We just made it back to the hotel before the next thunderstorm, so took advantage of this & had a "nanny nap" When we again headed out it was into brilliant sunshine, ...
... was great! That afternoon I walked, essentially the length of Rome city in the half rain and had a brilliantly clam afternoon. It was great! On the whole, you need to go to Rome. It's amazing. But it's over crowded, a little dirty and a lot of what you look at is in some state of ruin. So just don't expect a lot of space to move around and you will be so fine! From Rome I headed out to the Tuscan foothills for some work in a guest house north of Perugia. Just what the doctor ...
... the Vatican walls to have lunch in the restaurant we had found on the way in tour hours previously - it advertised in large letters, gluten free pasta AND pizza. So that's what we had. That afternoon we visited Sant Ignazio's church and had an early, long and very relaxed dinner at our ...
... Saint Peter's Church in the Vatican, the Spanish Steps, and the Castle of Saint Angelo.
When we arrived at the coloseum it was a big circle of ruins with dungeons like mazes underneath where the floor use to be. It was constructed in 70AD and on the first day it was opened, 9000 wild animals were killed! (3)
1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_ Rome
2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trevi_Foun tain
3. DK eyewitness travel guides Italy 2002