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Travel Blogs from Rome
The group and I did a one day, one night trip to Rome, which looking back on it is about as crazy as it sounds. Rome is just one of those places were there is so much to see and do. Our trip started with a huge spurt of luck. Being the cheapo that I am I booked a shady looking hotel I found online that was offering a triple room for less than $90 a …
... when we got a BMW full of Europeans, blasting the soundtrack to Mama
Mia, to get out of their car to dance and sing with us. This lasted a
miraculous 20 minutes. We lose Brendan.
Once we find Brendan the next morning we help the Towson
girls clean the apartment from all the pregames, pack our bags, say our
goodbyes, and head for the train station. It was at the train station that I
finally got what I was looking forward to the whole ...
... to grand fountains (such as the Trevi) which showcased the abundant supply of water Rome always enjoyed because of its aqueducts.
The Pantheon, see photo attached, with sixteen large Corinthian columns was (and this is the amazing part!) carved out of a single block of stone! Simply amazing!
Enjoy the photos!
We woke to a beautiful day in Rome and headed off to visit the Forum and Palentine Hill. We had a wait in line for about an hour, with the hot sun overhead. This is the first time on the trip we have not had pre booked tickets or passes and Ken didn't like it!
The site was really interesting, with all the ruins and excavations of the palazzos, forum and basilicas. It's hard to imagine that such a large city would just cease to be a ...
... still standing to come up behind the kneeing one, holding his sword above ready to strike. The crowd then votes, yelling and screaming, hands gesturing, the emperor makes the final call. The thumb on a hand represents a dagger, so by offering his thumb first toward the emperor, the gladiator was giving him his dagger, and hence his life. The response the emperor would give would be one of three, thumb under the fingers curled into a fist, meaning the dagger is to be sheathed and ...