Casa Edoardo B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... elephant fresh once more. Next stop on my randomised walking tour is the Pantheon, an awesomely impressive building, free entry to boot. I have a look inside, the light shines in through a big hole in the domed roof. It remains to this day the largest unreinforced concrete dome, astonishing really as it's 2000 years old! The outside appears Greek in architecture with big columns along the portico. The next stop is the Colosseum, on the way I cross Piazza Venezia, ...
... without scaffolding and came to the Piazza del Popolo. There was some spectacular architecture there and along the way.
Our next stop was the Pantheon. A most amazing building which I recognised immediately due to the absence of camouflage. I really liked the Pantheon and was amazed that there was no admission fee.
Just around the corner was Piazza Navona. I think this was the prettiest piazza we saw. I could have sat at a café table and drank coffee and watched ...
... I felt guilty that I had paid for it and suffered through all of it. I think this must be why some people hate rome, I would have been off to a bad start if this was my first impression. Luckily I was leaving afterwards and at this point I felt ready to leave. After a couple of glasses of wine and some delicious pasta I hopped on a train for ...
... designed by Michelangelo but built by multiple people over the period. Some 140 popes are buried there. St. Peter is buried under the main alter. There is no painting in St Peters, all of the pictures are mosaics. Even the apparent glowing window above the main alter is created from stone. We finished the tour and walked from St Peters back to our apartment I guess around 5 km. we stopped and had pizza on ...
... hoping on and off.
We figured Rome could do with more in the way of underground train service, our research later showed that they were trying hard to do this with the building of a 3rd underground line, problem is that every time they dig a hole they find more ruins and everything stops while they check it out.
We had a great day and spent good time at the Colleseo and Roman Forum, absolutely bigger than I ever imagined. We followed this with visits to both ...