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... from here which was also amazing - full of frescos, gold leaf, paintings and one marble statue that is said to be the best of Bernini - The Ecstasy of Theresa. We have seen many works by Bernini (1598-1680),- including the Piazza San Pietro in front of St. Peter's, The Fountain of Triton, and The Fountain of the Bees.
Wonderful last night in Rome - met some friends in the hotel bar where there was a piano player, had a little dinner and ...
... Yesterday we walked our feet off. We headed to the Jewish ghetto for lunch. I got to have my favourite Roman treat - Carciofi alla giudia. Then up through Piazza Navona to Prati, a beautiful residential neighbourhood up near the Vatican. It was 34 degrees yesterday and even hotter today, but we took our time and enjoyed exploring the endless little side streets full of shops and galleries. We had dinner at ...
... arch I could almost imagine the crowd roaring and the stands packed full of people. It was a incredible feeling. Dario explained what sort of events would take place and what types of entertainment people liked to see. Mostly the executions of slaves was the favourite. They liked to see people get killed. After the arena we were taken downstairs to see the underground of the colosseum. The tunnels would have been lit with fire torches and this effect was ...
... Mass just outside. The queue to get into St. Peter's was an hour twenty long! We decided St. Peter's could wait until the following day. So we walked to the only island in the Tiber river (or at least in Rome). When we set off it didn't seem far, it soon seemed a long way away. The gelato shops/coffee shops were all very full so we headed to the Jewish quarter and had gelato from a kosher gelato shop. We then decided to walk to St Clemente, which meant walking Past the Circus ...
... and the center of Catholicism until St. Peter’s Basilica opened during the Renaissance (1508). San Giovanni in Laterano is still the city’s cathedral (not St. Peter’s) and is presided over by the Bishop of Rome – the pope. It is a space meant to WOW you and it certainly does. Bormini (the architect - more about him tomorrow) remodeled the church and opened up its spaces to great visual effect. ...