Emi's Guest House
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The museum area was quite big, and completely full of people. I decided I wanted to visit everything I could before I wandered towards the Sistine chapel. I wandered around, quickly mind you since I have at this point seen so many museums it's much harder to keep interested in things. Nonetheless the museums were quite impressive and the continual hallways adorned with so many paintings and different ...
... The last destination on our walk was the Spanish Steps which I was really excited about after hearing about them on the Amazing Race. They were very anticlimactic though as it also under construction with scaffolding! We did a little more shopping and then finally hoped on the Metro back to our hotel. Originally we had planned to eat out by the Spanish Steps but we were too far ahead of schedule so decided to head back our way. We made a quick ...
Today we ventured out to tour the coliseum and ancient roman ruins. Our tour guide, Barbara, made ancient Rome fun for all and was a delight to spend part of the day with. The tour began with a brief history of Rome while we stood just outside the living quarters and school where the gladiators trained. We crossed the street and entered the Coliseum, learning along the way that the brick was added to the Coliseum 200 years ago to help hold the walls up. ...
... and leveled during WWII because it was such a strategic stronghold for the Germans. It was completely rebuilt after the war, stone by stone, exactly the same as it was pre-war.
It’s beautiful and we were able to go in, to the gardens and to the church with its amazing marble everything! One of our tour members, Ian from New Zealand, his father was involved in the taking of Montecassino by the allies and he spoke very eloquently over the bus ...
... is world famous, and even 600 years later is still the largest dome in the world built in brick mortar. it is enormous! Surrounded by medieval walls of the 14 C., the City isn't as large as I had imagined and being in a valley it was very hot; Florence contains so many treasures, and it is impossible to see it all in one day, but we saw the things we wanted to see- - Michelangelo's statue of David at the Academy of Fine Arts, which was a treat. We ...