Casa Di Santa Francesca Romana
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... for a selfie at the Spanish Steps at the end of the day. I drink a toast of chianti to that!
We have purchased a few breakfast items for tomorrow morning since we are off to visit the Pope's digs at 7:30 am sharp...and we have to get there, and find where we need to be to meet our guide. Four hours later we will emerge, amazed I am sure as everyone else is at the collecting of art ability of Popes over the centuries.
... t park near so the Pope missed meeting a couple of kiwis-we may have time yet as we intend to stay until Sunday instead of continuous travel so you never know he may invite us in for a cuppa. That's one thing we are missing is a gool old cuppa-no electric jugs in the hotel room anywhere so they are few and far between. Having a bit of a rest this afternoon and will probably head out later for dinner. Looking at another cruise but just waiting for confirmation as there was only one room ...
Exploring the historical city of Roma Overview: Sights we visited Castle Sant' Angelo Navona Square and Fiumi fountain Victor emmanuel monument complex Colosseum and Roman forum Quirinal Palace Trevi fountain Spanish steps St Peter's basilica Pantheon Arch basilica of St John Lateran We walked from Vatican City to castle Sant' Angelo which is just straight to the end if the road from St Peter's square, Vatican City by the river. Along the way there were many people selling ...
... Ethiopian ethnic groups and their practices. We then walked down to the "Lucy Restaurant" for a late lunch. The restaurant is right outside the entrance to the National Museum where the remains of "Lucy" are held. After lunch we toured the National Museum which has more archeological items including Lucy, the oldest hominoid remains found (around 3.2 million years ...
... Jesus was born.
What I learned:
- The Colosseum:
- The Emperor sat in the first row. The Senators sat in the second row. Wealthy people called "patricians" sat in the rows behind them. Poorer people called "plebeians" sat behind them and then the slaves and women sat in the ...