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... total! It's a good thing we are walking all over these cities as much as we do or you might not recognize us once we return ;)
It can be quite expensive to see all of the touristy things in Rome, but where else can you see so much rich history in one city...so we did! Romans were quite ruthless. In the one year inauguration of the colosseum, some 2000 men and 9000 animals were killed. The spilled blood was gathered and sold to drink as it was believed to ...
... of the apartment is truly central. Two minutes from the banks of the Tiber. We estimate it will be a 30 minute walk to the Colosseum in one direction and 30 minutes in the other direction to the Vatican with St Peter's Square and Basilica. There is a coop four doors away where we can get any other grocery supplies we might need but we are also surrounded by places to go for dinner. I have also spied a couple of lovely shops selling Italian leather ...
... from 1-3 Euros per person plus tax.
Here's what we toured:
1. Roman Forum- Here is an area that the Romans used for business, trade and political workings. Imagine the senators walking around and the local folk going about their everyday lives....this is where it all happened. People lived here, worked here, socialized here. This is where public speeches, announcements, processions, anything of importance ...
Arriving in Agra, we awoke early one morning to visit our second wonder, the Taj Mahal. It was purely stunning.
Onward and upward to China and the Great Wall. This third wonder we only caught a mere glimpse of. Spanning 8,852kms we hiked only 3km. The only man made structure to be seen from space, it too ...
... to St. Ignatius. The colors are very bright and calming. The ceiling in the main part of the church (nave) shows St. Ignatius in his glory in heaven. Once again you have to marvel at the size and expanse of this church when you walk in.
I was toast after all the walking and the weather was a little cool and damp. We headed back home, where I could grab a hot shower. Guenther went out for panini's and we had a stay in ...