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... scarfed! Not eating til 1:15 leaves a girl famished! But, I remembered to skip one portion of the meal and ask for the free coffee instead. After lunch cappuccino? Yes, please!
The kids were lined up and waiting for us to pick them up from the playground at 1:45. We worked on brainstorming behaviors that they appreciate others showing in a classroom - what helps them learn better and how they want to be treated. Then we started the ...
... Amazing sculptured and Michelangelo's statue of Mary and Jesus is very impressive. Took some photos in St Peters square but the crows just went forever. One street seller trying to sell us a ticket for something said the wait to but tickets was 5 hours! Lucky our group just walked straight in. After we then headed off with a small group to find some lunch. We stayed with the group most of the day, caught the metro back into the city where ...
... doorway of a library that is actually a mouth! Before leaving we decided to have our caracatures done!! Wow amazing what Rome has done for us!!!l lol!!! We did a little more shopping at Rosato before having dinner! We met 2 delightful couples during dinner! On from Hawaii and the other from Nashville!!! He was a drummer who travels with Jim Reid!! We then walked back to the hotel via the Colosseum!!! It was beautiful with a full moon!! Total walking today about 7 ...
... Forum stands the remains of the Colosseum, probably the most visited ruins in the world. The Colosseum was first called the Flavian Amphitheatre after the family name of the emperors Vespasian and Titus, under whose rule the building was constructed. Construction began in 72AD and was finished in 80AD, entailing over 100,000 cubic metres of stone, held in place not by mortar, but by iron chevrons. The amphitheatre was elliptical in shape, 189 metres long, 156 metres wide and 48 ...
... br> We arrived outside the walls of the Vatican to see a long line of people waiting to get into the Vatican Museums. Fortunately we had reservations and so could bypass this line. There was still a brief line-up required to go through security but that was fairly quick. The entry to the museums is a rather modern building which leads up to the galleries. The galleries are a series of palaces and ...