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... She tells us that the Colloseum was built by the emperor who succeeded Nero. Nero was seriously not nice and was very unpopular. He was emperor when most of Rome was destroyed by fire in about 60 AD. There is a rumour that Nero started the fire himself so he could clear land to build himself a gigantic new palace. After the fire, most ordinary Romans had nowhere to live so they moved to the place where the Colloseum is today. This didn't get burnt because ...
... had broken in Assisi, and then went near St. Peter’s Square to eat
some much needed pizza at Pizza Rustica. We had intended to climb the dome of
St. Peter’s, but the line was just too incredibly long it would’ve taken
forever to just get in the church, let alone get to the top of the dome. So we
decided to split up, Julia and I, and Nohely and Mariana, and then meet up at
St. Peter’s by the fountain at 5pm.
Julia and ...
... of relics that were placed in there during the 17th to 19th century was astounding. There were relics from Rome, Greece and of course, the history of the Vatican as well as wall and ceiling frescoes. The highlight of the attractions seen was the Roman Pine Cone, the statue of Augustus, the ceiling and wall frescoes of Michaelangelo, particularly in the Sistine Chapel (cheaky photos to follow) and Rafael who painting the more private rooms of ...
... thought that maybe they were closing for the hottest part of the day because the further we walked, still no line. But, gpd knows how, we managed to walk straight up to the ticket desk and walk straight inside. It was remarkable. The sheer size of the place was so overwhelming, and having just watched gladiator the day before, it was easy to imagine the stadium full to the brim. It was interesting to see the dungeons below the arena and therefore see just how advanced ...
... I liked it so much that I snuck a picture). Afterwards we got to roam around Assisi and get food. Assisi is gorgeous. It's the Italy you picture with the stone buildings with flowers and vines. So far, out of all the places in Italy we have been, this is where I would buy a house.
September 28th: I got to sleep in today! Corinne and I went over to the other side of the Tiber River to eat and do homework. The waiter was very insistent that we learn Italian and he taught ...