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... Four rivers is a theater in the round, whose leading actor is the movement and sound of water splashing over and cascading down a mountain of travertine marble. The masterpiece was finally unveiled to the world on June 12, 1651, to joyous celebration and the inevitable criticisms of the day. Then as today the Fountain of the Four Rivers continues to amaze and entertain visitors to Rome. Bernini triumphs yet again!
... to give us information in small doses during our orientation sessions, knowing that several had just arrived from the States the day before. Monday mostly covered the ins and outs of living in Rome - how to get a new phone, housing, etc.
It was also Monday that I was introduced to coffee that even I might consider strong. Shocking, I know! I'm so excited to have a coffee bar at school that I can visit each morning...espresso? Sė! ...
We arrived in Malta with Auntie Doris and Mario,eagerly waiting for us .We caught ferry over to Gozo,and meet Josette and Martese on the ferry.With the sun shinning it was so good to catch up with all the family,we enjoyed being shown the sights by Auntie ...
... so we excelled in getting into crowded subways during peak hours and transfer stops. Also, Rome only has two subway lines, A or Red Line and B or Blue Line. The Green line is an airport express line in case you are wondering.
Once we checked in and settled down, we decided to walk around the area to check out ...
... excavated in 1810–1814 and 1874 and was fully exposed under Benito Mussolini in the 1930s. The Colosseum is today one of Rome's most popular tourist attractions, receiving millions of visitors annually. The effects of pollution and general deterioration over time prompted a major restoration programme carried out between 1993 and 2000, at a cost of 40 billion Italian lire ($19.3m / €20.6m at 2000 prices). In recent years the Colosseum has become a symbol of ...