Institute de S.Dorotea della Frassinetti
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... it also has another significance. It is also called the Forum of Trajan. There is a very detailed monument there called Trajan's Column.
I headed back toward the Coliseum and had some lunch in a tented cafe next to that massive ancient building! It was good to sit and relax, and have some cold water! The forecast called for some rain today, but it was bright and sunny for me most of the time, and warm! I only had a short while ...
... of the large upper section was destroyed in an earthquake in 1349.
Construction on the Colosseum started in 70 AD and took 10 years to build. It held 50,000 people and, according to our guide, due to its design could seat all its patrons in 7 minutes. Try doing that at ANZ Stadium! This was due to its excellent arch structure. There were 80 arches on each floor with 76 of them numbered to allow patrons to find their seats ...
... and making a wish.
I then decide to buy some fluorescent helicopter toys for the boys, so I'm haggling with the seller and an Italian steps in to help me. I make my purchase and walk away, and am approached by another Italian man who starts walking with me and talking to me, before suggesting we go back to my hotel, which I very quickly say definitely not and wave my hands to gesture go away....then the other Italian starts walking with me, and we attempt to have ...
... to be a dress rehearsal for the troops. On July 5th 1943, over 2000 ships set sail in a convoy to Sicily.
Operation Husky- July 9th midday, the sea started to whip into a frenzy, just as the attack was about to start. The men became tense as the water was so rough and tretuous after they had trained in mostly calm waters. The Thunderbirds were about to arrive in Europe,
Landing near ...