Casa Edoardo B&B
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Day 2's plan was to tour the ancient Colosseum and the Roman forum. I was hoping to be able to walk through Palatine Hill and other areas surrounding the colosseum but the weather was not our friend. Taylor and I knew we would have rain and packed our raincoats. Thank goodness we did! We boarded the bus with no rain, and began walking the forum with no rain but as soon as we got into the depths of the forum the heavens opened. ...
... can think of. We then took the metro to St. Paul outside the walls, which was gorgeous. The church was built over St. Paul's tomb, on the Via Ostiense. It was built around 395-405, under the Emperor Theodosius, and was the largest church at the time (bigger than the original St. Peter's). In 1823, a fire occurred and much of the basilica had to be rebuilt. When it was rebuilt, a lot of donations were made, so there is, for example, an altar made out ...
... through the tour. I never really believed in those things, read about what you will visit, appreciate it while you are there, then read more about it when you get home to realize the chance you've had to witness such great works. Unless they are art historians, these travel guides should be giving city tours only.
Entering the Sistine Chapel was quite interesting. It was my first time seeing Italians trying to act disciplined. There were ...
... I've ever seen anything so grandiose before. It was truly overwhelming. It did make me a little sad to think that about how this great hall came to be, back in the days when the church was a powerful and vastly corrupt institution. When the positions of cardinals and popes were purchased by wealthy families rather than earned by the self sacrifice of individuals. This is where all that money went. Still amazing to see though
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... hope on get off tours of the city. I sat on the open top deck to be fried like a pickled onion. Hoping not to miss any photo opportunity. Silly me what was I thinking?... It was in the high 40's & I'm sitting in the sun for a couple of hours. Thank goodness I had my trusty hat.
As I had mentioned before Rome has all these fresh water fountains all over the place, & boy did I take advantage of ...