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... fountain. Its Renaissance design by Girolamo Rainaldi incorporates an ancient Roman granite bathtub and an ancient mask; the latter gave the fountain its name.
Farnese palace garden
Through a gate you can see into the garden of the Farnese Palace, one of the grandest palaces in Rome. It was built in the sixteenth century for Alessandro Farnese. Its interior is decorated with ...
... The city’s planners used marble slabs to edge out the position and diameters of building after which the scratches and indents where copied on paper. Another interesting fact is that the floor of the area could be made waterproof. The area would be filled with water and ships placed in the arena were then used to stage mock battles.
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... with ricotta and chocolate made to a 2000 year old recipe) and as much delicious barista made coffee as we could drink. This place is ticking ALL of the boxes.
Once finished, we rolled out onto the street to catch the metro to the Vatican. First though, a trip to the Trevi Fountain. This is not just any fountain. The scale is amazing. It is surrounded by huge imposing sculptures and the water is beautiful, clean and green.
Upon arriving at the Vatican ...
... scooter and pot hole dodging became more and more of a challenge every day. I even heard a 'yea-Ha' shouted by him one day. He would get out the Smartie each day pumped as though he had been on a thrilling roller coaster ride, while Kye and I would stagger out looking green. This all made exploring the rest of Rome and the Vatican on foot a synch. And how lucky we are to have seen it all..... and lived to tell the ...
We woke up Lars and slow and decided to walk to the capuchin crypt. We walked all around the little side streets for hours and when we got to the Capuchin crypt we were a little over whelmed by the grotesque nature of the monks who organised the skulls, bones and skeletons into ...