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... this Roman romantic icon!!! Saw a laser show at the Forum on the way back but without sound ( we were outside) it didn't have much meaning. Other punters were inside who had paid. Probably be in Italian anyway. Everybody we've met has been very nice and can speak some english or indeed very good english. La dolce vita, apart from the fountain. Rome by night was still hot and crowded but we enjoyed it anyway. Its very humid still when we walk back to the ...
... the outside terrace of the Castle. The kids really enjoyed this experience and was an interesting contrast to the other castles and fortresses we had visited during our trip.
We came back to the apartment to rest a bit and then later in the afternoon we visited a museum of Roman statues, frescos and artifacts. There were many Egyptian pieces including a statue of Casearion, the alleged son of Emperor Caesar and Cleopatra, who was a ruler of Egypt at the age ...
... a series of reviews for progress/ guidance as we continue designing, and as a final critique. As a result, our projects are never actually finished, but perpetually in progress. This review was set up a bit more informally than most final reviews given that this was roughly a 3-4 week project, but we were able to meet with local professionals here in Rome that gave us feedback on our projects.
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... onto Piazza Del Poppolo and we were back at the hotel around 3.30, an hour and a half before we had to be. Dinner was at 7.00 and we all feared getting served spinach again! Dinner time tonight Daniel found an industrial sized staple in his pasta. I took it to the waiter and he just shrugged his shoulders. I got rather annoyed at this and asked to see the manager. She was very apologetic, which is all I really wanted. After dinner Andrew Barrett thanks everybody for all their ...
... work and plundered wealth abounded so their idle time was taken by watching ever more violent combats with gladiators and exotic animals – no Christians to the lions here!
Paid a visit to the Forum, the political, economic and religious hub of Rome, initially ruled by the Senate then the line of Emperors (some wise, others not so)
Our favourite ancient ...