Palazzetto degli Artisti Suites
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... going to have to depend on the signs. Unfortunately, I don't feel like I really know much more than I did before I arrived. The signs are frequently posted and quite descriptive, but they discussed many people of whom I'd never heard. I apparently need to brush up on my Roman Empire history. Sorry, Mr. Maruszak.
Regardless of my lack of understanding, the ancient ruins are absolutely fascinating. It's truly hard to imagine just how old ...
... 000 inhabitants, far below other major European cities. Chronic congestion caused by cars during the 1970s and 1980s led to restrictions being placed on vehicle access to the inner city-centre during the hours of daylight. Areas where these restriction apply are known as Limited Traffic Zones (Zona a Traffico Limitato (ZTL) in Italian). More ...
... Therese did not feel we needed a photo of the a large window-like opening just below the Papal Altar, in order to allow the faithful to see the Apostle’s tomb.
It appears we are really going to have to work hard to see Maria Major. Yesterday after the amazing tour of the loggia and scavi we could ...
... to survive, and probably always losing, gladiators in chariots dragging people behind them in the stones, so much horrific history, but we all still think it's an amazing place.
Walked around till we found the Piazza Venezia, an enormous white building with neptune laying around watching everyone and lots of soldiers on horses on the roof. There were a couple of serious looking guards next to what may have been an eternal flame. From what we ...
... filing past the Vatican Museum and followed the Vatican City wall. There were Police baracading it all off! OK .....off to the next street and discovered that all the entrances of streets into St Peter's Square were blocked off. It was already full!! OK!!
I felt sorry for the people who were hoping to get to see the service. There was an Italian man who lived in Sydney begging to be let in, but to no avail. Breakfast ...