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... almost 2000 years old! Again, another day full of walking but at least the weather was pretty mild. We finished the day by walking to the Pantheon and having dinner at a restaurant on the square.
Our time in Rome went very fast, there was no time to really relax or stroll around casually. Our days were packed but we knew we had a lot to see. We saw all the main things we wanted to see and hope to return one day to get to enjoy the rest ...
... levels I think, talked about the hierarchy of seats, the frescoes and marble statues that would of covered all the walls, it would of been glorious and magnificent. Our guide was very knowledgeable and seemed to think the Gladiator movie with Russell was a load of ****. Shame. They looked after their fellas , cos when one died they had to pay the owner the price of the fella, all that training and feeding gone to waste. Bit like today's football.
We think the ...
... settled for the night at Sheraton Roma which is about 30 minutes by train out of Rome. Tom having a great time, many stories already to tell. His mind is still back at the McLaren car raffle in Dubai airport
We had dinner around corner from Trevi fountain with the guys raving about the pizza and the kids the gelato.
Our legs are sooooo sore today, calf muscles are aching but we are loving every bit of ...
... for the students to see in person things that they have studied in school. St. Peter's Basilica was a wonderful experience for the students. Many were looking forward to this part of the journey and they were very pleased to be in such a historical place. A neat fact is that President Obama will be in Rome tomorrow. In St. Peter's square there are thousands of chairs set up and they ...
... French church to a Spanish Embassy, designed by an Italian but funded by the French! The Spanish Steps is the widest staircase in Europe! Heard of John Keats, the English poet?......well, he lived and died in a house adjacent to the steps.
Having soaked up the sun and watched Italians "pashing" on the steps...clearly it is a place that triggers feelings of romance, I gave Mark a quick peck on the cheek, not wanting to miss out on ...