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... had been impressed by a boat brought here by a flood of the Tiber river.
In the piazza, at the corner on the right as one begins to climb the steps, is the house where English poet John Keats lived and died in 1821; it is now a museum dedicated to his memory, full of memorabilia of the English ...
... but the fountain at the bottom and the towers at the top were under renovation too! I'll have to go back, but it was pretty ****** after the long walk in the heat. So we just decided to get some pizza and vino and walk around the area since there were tons of cute little shops. I'm back now, bout to hit the market again and take a nap!
I put a video of some beautiful street music and a ****** pic of the steps for all you fans out there (aka dad&theo)! Love you!
... amazing architectural structures in Rome and 21st century life goes on all around it. After staring at this amazing scene before my eyes, I just wandered up and down streets I had not been before and of course discovered beautiful and quaint piazzas with restaurants and wine bars. I ended up back in Piazza Navona and was welcomed into a restaurant and given a front row table with no issues (this was after another restaurant offered me a back row table and when I asked for front row, ...
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Easter in Rome couldn't be complete without joining the crowds to attend Mass with the Pope on Easter Sunday morning at the Vatican City. It was absolutely crazy even though I arrived very early, but I'm glad I went for the experience although it isn't something I could handle doing again. Unfortunately the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter's basilica were closed over this time and when I went back after the weekend, the ...
... themselves. Again more interesting things to see.
Just before the entrance to the Colosseum is the Arch of Constantine. Standing 21 metres, this triumphal arch was built by the Roman senate in AD 315 to commemorate Constantine's victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge. It is currently undergoing cleaning works and only some of the arch is visible. We noticed a lot of restoration and cleaning works are taking place throughout ...