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... day - a change from 3 degrees and grey clouds which we had in the UK.
We walked to the Colosseum which was about 5 minutes away and organised a guided tour which would go for about 90 minutes. The group we were with was about 15 people - most of whom turned out to be aussies - plus a family from the UK and about 4 people from Kuwait. The tour guide was Roberto - he was an archaeologist apparently ...
... the Senate built after the Emperor’s death in memory of conquest of Jerusalem (70 AD). On the inside of the arch are two fine bas-reliefs, the Emperor on his triumphal chariot and the procession of Jewish prisoners carrying a seven-branched candelabrum. There are many ruins of building and if you knew the history of the Roman Forum ruins you would know the history of Rome.
The Palatine Hill is one of the seven hills in Rome and was epicenter. According ...
After a long, and tiring 2 days of riding on the plane, we needed a way to get to our hotel. All of us were pretty much dragging, and I probably was killing my mom to death because I was complaining about my legs hurting. But when Briana and I are frustrated or tired, we start to fight and get mad at each other .... and that's what we did. Finally we found our driver, and Lynn (someone we traveled with) had reserved him. Right away I realized that it was going to ...
Hello All! and Buona Pasqua!
Today, as we all know, is Easter. And today myself and a few others woke up at 5 A.M. to leave at 5:30 A.M. for Easter Mass in St. peter's Square in Vatican City. We all walked as zombies because we didn't dare risk drinking coffee because of the lack of toilets and the long time span. Dr. Keely did provide us with a ton of pastries which was fabulous! You see, mass did not start until 10. ...
... church and read one of the books written for this ordination. Turned out, there were priests from all around the world, including the USA. We left a bit later and made our way to the Colosseum.
The Colosseum was interesting. It gave me a weird vibe but it was incredible impressive; that a structure this old could stand so long. The highlight was seeing a ...