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... internet, slow internet, shower leaks, a faulty appliance, a blackout, a safe lock-out, no phone connection, out-of-order ticket machines and an urgent need to go to the toilet. We've survived peddlars, touts, gypsy ruses and oncoming fast traffic. We've stayed safe and looked out for one another crossing roads, at ATMs, at railway and metro stations, on the metro and climbing all those stairs. We've gotten lost and then found. We've met ...
... we were walking across ground where people lived thousands of years ago & where many of the Emperors lived. There was a room in the palace which would have been a viewing room for the Emperors to watch the chariot racing that was held below & there was still a lot of remains here as well, you could easily imagine the racing happening. We finished the day with a massive diner from the monastery that the sisters had told us to go to last night, yum so pleased we found it ...
... used to be a temple but is now a church.
From there I wandered over to the Piazza Norvona which is a big space built on top of an ancient first century stadium. You may not be surprised to learn that there is a Bernini fountain and a large church there. There are also lots of restaurants! I spent a quarter of an hour watching a young guy doing some street theatre. He did so well working the crowd that I was happy to make a small donation to reward his ...
... been a recent edition (completed in 1935) to a city with over 2300 years of heritage. It houses the tomb of the unknown solider and a museum as well. We took a walk to the Pantheon which turned our to be one of Jacs and mine favourite monuments. It was originally a 2000 year old temple converted to a church in the time of the Christians. It is in remarkable condition and it's roof is the largest unreinforced concrete done ever built to this day, these Romans where smart. ...
Saturday, June 28
Today we had a walking tour of the city at 9 am. We got to see where we would be going to class and a little bit of the city. Other than that tour we had several boring intro meetings that just sort of need to happen...blah blah blah.
Something I learned in the speech from the Italian Police Officer was that there are two national sports in Italy. Soccer of course ...