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... things in travel life! We did a little final shopping and decided to enjoy the Roman view over the Forum from the Hotel Forum American Bar. Its a lovely boutique hotel with a beautiful roof top bar, as well as a very expensive restaurant. We stuck to the bar! Then we tried a new restaurant still in our B&B up and coming neighborhood of Monti. Great food and great music with a pianist! it is our final night in Rome. We have experienced a lot of the culture ...
... arch I could almost imagine the crowd roaring and the stands packed full of people. It was a incredible feeling. Dario explained what sort of events would take place and what types of entertainment people liked to see. Mostly the executions of slaves was the favourite. They liked to see people get killed. After the arena we were taken downstairs to see the underground of the colosseum. The tunnels would have been lit with fire torches and this effect was ...
... down this road we arrive to a huge
iron gate the driver gets out and pushes the button. I was sitting there thing
now were are we going. He drove down the beautiful tree lined street and we arrive
at a castle. I was totally shocked this was pre booked with beaches motorcycle
group. Mitch and I decided to add a fed day before the motorcycle ride and
after the motorcycle ride. But I never expected to ...
... which includes the tomb of Julius Caesar.
After several hours of walking in sunny & balmy weather, we stopped for a late lunch. Our afternoon continued with visits to numerous places, such as the Pantheon (Basilica de Santa Maria), Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, the Church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, the Church of Saint Ignatius, and the Trevi Fountain. In this area of Rome, there ...
... started pumping stress levels up at a fast and furious pace. And I let everyone know about it throughout our march across Rome. I’m afraid I made it quite miserable for everyone.
We reached the river Tiber without losing a man. A great morale boost for our company. But what was between us and the Vatican no one knew.
At one point Anne tripped stepping up off the street on to the sidewalk. Her body went down and the kids and I heard a very loud ...