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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 3 hours with our knowledgable guide Pietro. The forum contains the ruins of several important government buildings of Ancient Rome. All of the ruins are so old, dating back as early as 8 BC: but one thing that is so amazing is how well they are built - the Romans sure we're amazing architects! We then ventured over to the amazing Colosseum- the largest amphitheatre in the world and completed over 2000 years ago in 80 AD. I just love ...
... decided to give back to the people in efforts to keep the peace and try to win favor with the community. The core of the Colosseum is brick and the outside is marble. The way in which the classical order of the columns are implemented on the facade and in sequential hierarchy was groundbreaking. The magnitude and the efficiency of the plan in which 80,000 Romans spectators would circulate in and out of the ...
... out. Went to Ristorante da Pancrazio for a late lunch. Was recommended by our podiatrist. Since is was early we ate in the courtyard. The restaurant does have an unique cave setting for late diners. We completed the evening with a toast to Paul-David, it is his birthday; have a good one son. ...
... del corso to confirm that, yes, Trevi is undergoing maintenance. What a huge disappointment for anyone who hasn't been before. There is still a little re-created spot for people to throw their coins in but I wonder if it still works? Across the road, stopping only to fill up my water bottle with roman water as I always do, and down a little side street, still manages to squash in cafés and shops until I hit the Pantheon which is still ...
... roads. In the big tours areas they don't close so we forgot. Yesterday we went to Assisi and visited the Bacsilica which is very old and lovely frescoes. This is the birth place of Saint Francis and we saw his tomb. The buildings here are all made of a lovely pink coloured stone. Assisi is built on the side of a hill with lovely views over the valley. We have seen many lovely ills and olive groves and lots of fields of sunflowers so its beautiful ...