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... super touristy" - but I think it looks better than a baseball cap).
Basilica of San Clemente
Off to our next stop: The Basilica of San Clemente. After a half hour walk. Turns out it doesn't open until 3, and we arrived at 2. Next idea: a liter of wine at a cafe across the street and a snack. It was just what we needed to relax before our afternoon of site-seeing.
At 3, we headed across ...
... from different time periods, it is very interesting. The wolf seems to be less detailed; as if it could be any four-legged animal. There is every little detail and the detail it does have is very unrealistic. The addition of the babies was at a later time and therefore show a different time period of art. They are much more realistic and detailed. The two children, while they are generic, are ...
... now we are home from Rome my focus is on returning home. We have a week in Southwell, a week in Cornwall, three days in London then on the plane to Canberra! The last sixteen weeks with MDH have been very special. We have had lots of fun and laughter, it really has been the honeymoon we never had. Now I'm taking MDH for a beer or two for his birthday. We are walking! I love you MDH and might a buy a dress whilst on the way to the pub or after as MDH might be more ...
... back of the building and went to the roof getting a fantastic view of the city from above. It was getting to be late afternoon by the time I did this and my feet were already quite unhappy with me but as I looked to the south I saw the Roman Forum (the excavated ruins of the early Roman Empire) and couldn't resist. The Roman Forum is right next to the Coliseum and though I imagined I would be quite excited to see the Coliseum I was actually ...
... the Roman Emperor Hadrian was a builder extraordinaire when he wasn't running an empire and travelling to the corners of his far flung empire. Early in the 2nd Century AD, Hadrian [Adriana], grew tired of his palace on the Palatine Hill [probably because of Rome's oppressive summers] and built himself a retreat about 25 kms east of Rome in the hills of Tibur to take advantage of the cool breezes and natural hot springs. He became so fond of the place ...