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Hello Everyone. Today we woke up in our lovely apartment in Florence and packed up our bags once again and set off for Rome. We arrived early at our apartment in Rome so that we could go out in Rome for dinner and a walk around in the evening. Our apartment was near the train station so we hopped on the train and headed for ...
... his fiancée are buried in the Pantheon. It is a wonderful example of second century Roman architecture. It boasts mathematical genius and simple geometry that today still impresses architects and amazes the eyes of casual viewers.
Baths of Caracalla, Rome
Latin: Terme di Caracalla
The Baths of Caracalla located by ancient Appian Way in Rome were named after ...
... the rulers. Augustus included a Temple to Mars Ultor the God of War. When the site was excavation 3 Corinthian columns that once stood 15 meters (about 45 feet) in height were found. Augustus reined from 27 BC to 4 AD.
Next we walked the short distance to the Colosseum. Started by Emperor Vespasian in 75 AD and finished by his son Emperor Titus in 80 AD. It was built by Jewish prisoners. Its true name is Flavian’s Amphitheater, though ...
... you visit the Colosseum, you will receive a two day pass which you only use to enter it once, which doesn't work well when you tried to book a tour the following day.
So, on our second day in Rome we had planned to visit the Vatican and a couple of sights. However, it turns out that much like the rest of Europe, Rome ...
... a nice couple that we visited with throughout the tour. The husband looked just like a guy in the Princess Bride. It was kind of funny as I tried to tel them and they had no idea what movie I was talking about. Our tour guide was pretty great, but our group was quite large. We wore earphones that connected to a small device that we wore around our necks. The guide was hard to hear and at times, hard to understand. The tour walked us through many rooms in the Vatican. ...