Inn Laterano Deluxe
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... and animals. It's hard to imagine that there was so much bloodshed that they used sand to absorb the blood and clean the floors. The word "sand" in Latin is "arena" and that's where (you guessed it) "arena" comes from.
Over all seeing the Vatican and Colosseum back to back is making me tired, plus I've ate too much pizza ...excuse me while I take a very long nap... ...
... and was delicious. The guy selling it was a bit of a hard case and laughed at my attempt at speaking Italian. He looked at my phrase book and had a little chuckle. I have to admit it's pretty hopeless and lacking the essential phrase of "dove il bagno" otherwise known as where is the toilet? This phrase is well used especially in cafes where you can expect the toilets to be semi clean at least and toilet ...
... networks informed building strategy. With the current most influential network being the Lungotevere and the roads surrounding (which are ultimately influenced by the shape of the Tiber) contributing to overall form, and historic networks influencing programming.
The program of the space is intended to be an ever-changing display. Through temporary exhibits and permanent exhibits, the history of the network ...
... the building up. It's pretty unreal to know how old these pillars are. Our guide continues giving us history as we wanderer through the paths and into the arena. It’s very quiet in here, with vines and moss growing through the building. Such contrast to the terror and death that occurred centre stage long ago.
My fun fact for the day that I took away was that the Colosseum could empty its full house of 55,000 people in 8 minutes. There are ...
Today was the best weather day so far. Almost 60 and beautiful clear skies.
It was also the longest walk day, 12.1 kilometers and of course through the west side which has the biggest elevation changes.
Today was the Vatican and center of Rome day, many great views. Longest walk of the trip, 12.1 kilometers.