MDM Luxury Rooms Guesthouse
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... the intention that from end to end an assortment of statues lining the entire central axis could be visible.
The Baths of Caracalla like all bathhouses in ancient Rome included three fundamental bathing rooms. Thse rooms consisted of the frigidarium (a cold pool), the tepidarium (a lukewarm pool) and the calidarium (a hot pool). These baths could have held up to 1600 bathers who were free to reposition from one pool to the other at ...
... had coconut with mango.
We saw a wedding guests arriving at St. Mark's Basillica (Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco). It has been nicknamed Chiesa d’Oro (Church of Gold), for its opulent designs of gold ground mosaics from the 11th century. This is where St. Mark wrote his gospels. We did not wait to see the wedding couple arrive. Next we went to Santi Apostoli (the Church of the Holy Apostles) were ...
... the meals took about two hours to enjoy. After Siena, we grabbed a train to Rome. Our stay in The Eternal City was very memorable. We rented an apartment outside of the busy area and used the very crowded but efficient and simple subway system. I liked having an apartment in a residential area so I could get a feel for the way the regular people of Rome live. We went to the grocery store and cooked several meals as well. We also did a night walk through the heart of ...
... popes had been interred, as well as the crypt of Saint Cecilia. In the are we visited all of the actual remains have been removed, but there are various inscriptions that remain, and in the case of Celilia a sculpture of her.
Nothing like a walk through a bunch of tombs to work up your appetite so after leaving the catacombs we proceeded back into Rome in search of lunch. Max drove us to an area ...
... and a half. I decided to take the metro and try to see the Villa Borghese. I navigated the metro ALL BY MYSELF (I'm such a grown up now!) and made it the Borghese. Unfortunately I got a little mixed up walking and instead of walking through Borghese, I walked to the Piazza di Popolo which was across the street (oops). This turned out to be a great mistake though, when I hiked up some steps onto the upper level of the Piazza which overlooked that part of the city. ...