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First stop on today's trip was the Pantheon, It was unbelievably spectacular. From the giant columns at the front of the building to the unimaginable dome roof that makes the building so iconic. Amy managed to us an Ipad app to capture a complete 360 image of the whole building so others can get a feel for what it was like standing in the center of the great structure. We continued on through more legendary Piazzas, fountains, and fantastically decorated church interiors. ...
... just could not bring myself to constantly pay attention to her because I was in so much awe of the building. It is too much to bring in for only being there for a couple hours. Photos do not do this structure justice in the slightest. I am having a hard time even writing about it because I am still so amazed by it. Definitely one of the coolest things I have ever seen. I will definitely bring my parents to it ...
We woke up and had breakfast at the hotel before walking to the Roman Forum. The Forum was amazing! It was an incredible feeling walking along the same roads and into the same buildings as Caesar did 2000 years ago. The ruins take up a large area and take a while to explore. It is mostly temples that have survived because they have been rebuilt over the years by different emperors. The size of the columns that have been recovered are immense. They had signs along the ...
... tour. Charlie instantly became our official tour guide and did a fantastic job! We bought our Roma passes and proceeded to the Colosseum. It's hard to describe the this ancient arena in words. Just imagine all the humans that have followed the same path and footsteps I took today. Thank you Aunt Lyn for that reminder before I left. The heat of the day began to take its toll so we walked back to the hotel for a little ...
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Paris is ,I think even worse on this register, because less cheap accommodation in Paris than Rome. At
my hostel, a recent address, I only pays 10 euros per night, in a
dorm room of 6 beds with shower.plus 2 euros per night and per
person taxes established by the municipality of Rome since January 2011.
staff was really friendly, the hostel stands in a large apartment with 3
rooms to sleep, 2 bathrooms, a large terrace, a ...