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In what must be an extraordinary stroke of luck. The Zeitz family were selected as part a small group to meet the pope, as he was in residence for the day. We were all given serious instructions on how to address the Pope. This took quite a period of time.
After a brief informal meeting, the Pope performed a little dance in gratitude for the long distances traveled by a number of people in the various ...
... in the arena. It is mind boggling that so many deaths took place in this one arena.
The Coliseum inside was just as impressive as the view from the outside. The arches leading into the building were magnificent, and it almost reminded me of a modern day stadium. Once you passed the arches, you could see the whole of the inside of the arena. The floor has eroded away and exposed a series of tunnels and chambers that used to hold animals, gladiators, etc. before they came ...
... our guidelines. That evening we had a wonderful four course meal with our group. We decided on ordering Italian food which was a great choice since we are in Italy and that was what they were serving. Tuesday we went on a walking tour with a very knowledgable and passionate guide who we met last time in Rome. She told us much about the architecture, took us over the oldest bridge in Rome built in the 11th century and through the Jewish ghetto where all of Rome's ...
Our next stop in Italy was Civitavecchia (about 1.5 hours from Rome). Having toured Rome on our bus tour we decided to stay onboard the ship and take advantage of the facilities. It was nice to spend a relaxing day beside the pool - it gave me a chance to read the book I'd taken with ...
... Emperor Constantine legalized Christianity in 312 AD. Amazing that in 300 AD you could be killed for being. Christian, and then a handful of years later you could be killed for not being a a Christian!
The Coloseum was built when the Roman Empire was at its peak in 80 AD where gladiators would fight each other or wild animals to gain their freedom and/or prestige and wealth. We booked an Underground Coloseum Tour in advance and it was wonderful ...