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... at the age and durability of buildings in Europe as we did in Egypt! The builders/architects of their time were geniuses. Archways are built with huge slabs of rock, travertine and marble and still remain perfectly in place without any filler between these rocks to hold them together.
Phil is chuffed, he has ticked off another item on the bucket list.
When finished the tour we moved on to visit Palatine Hill and Roman Forum. These areas are massive so we did not ...
... were tempting us with their newly produced products for the day. Handing us samplers like it was going out of fashion, our taste buds were flowing with mini bursts of joy as we tried everything from different nut butters to baked ricotta and roasted pork.
Highly recommended for anyone who prefers locally produced products and is in Rome on a Sunday, I can guarantee you that your stomach will not regret the decision.
... a little more jaded – hey, check out all this stuff the Catholics looted from other religions! Nice work, guys; thanks! But at least everyone was engaged… for a little while.
Then we hit the Hall of Maps. This is an extremely long corridor, with an amazing ceiling, and maps of various parts of Italy all over the walls. In here the kids and I managed to get separated from Cindy, who, not seeing us, went on ahead to the next room in an attempt to find ...
... we realized our legs were very sore! Since it was Sunday many of the churches actually had services happening including the pantheon. I spent most of my time wondering "how did they build this" as I marveled at the grandeur of the pantheon and especially the trevi fountain. Now they say that if you toss a coin over your opposite shoulder you are guaranteed to revisit the eternal city. I did not make a wish this time because I thought I might ...
... piazza and found ourselves in the perfect place to look out of the ruins of the Forum. What a sight! It was again almost surreal to be standing right in a place you’re studied so much.
It was tempting to use the rest of the daylight to go poke around down there, but everyone (especially Sebastian) was tired, so we resolved to see it all tomorrow. We walked back to the apartment, which is less than five minutes away, and found ...