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... broke your vows you were buried alive), the Basilica of Fulvia-Aemilia (197 BC) and Julia (commissioned by Caesar in 54 BC), the Curia (House of Senate- erected by order of Julius Caesar and completed by Augustus 29 BC) and then finally past the Arch of Septimius Severus (203 AD- erected to commemorate the victories against the Partians, a people of Asia Minor). The Tabularium still stands in reasonable condition at the end of the forum. We ...
... deeper to an earlier Roman village and catacombs, grave sites of people, including St Peters original grave used about
78 ad. Very interesting, could have spent all day.
BUT, TOMMORROW WE FLY HOME, ON MAY 1.
S0, we trek back to the MICHAELANGELO hotel, pack for 3 hrs, exhausted, emotionally drained,
and ever so thankful that God allowed us to see and experience beautiful ITALY.
... It was composed of three superimposed arcades with an attic on top of a podium. Below ground subterranean passages were used to bring men and animals into the arena. The tiered seating areas could hold up to 50,000 spectators. The amphitheatre was used for public spectacles: mythological dramas, re-enactments of land and sea battles, animal hunts, public executions and, of course, the famous gladiators. Although popular belief states that early Christians were martyred here, it ...
... these galleries. We sat in the shade near the cart of a fast food and drinks vendor - an Italian version of "cafe de wheels" - and struck up a conversation with a young lawyer from Texas who has been traveling the world over the past few months. Although a world traveler he admitted that he had not been to Australia and, being a surfer, wondered what the beaches were like at Surfers Paradise.
After lunch we were back on the Hop-on Hop-off bus ...
... around his neck and him holding up an iPad taking
pictures of landscapes. The second act of stupidity have just witnessed
was a guy using the iPad as sat nav in the window screen of his mini
cooper, it takes up quarter of your view! ...what the hell is wrong with
these people?!? iPads are huge, if you are holding them above your head
trying to take photos please realise you look like idiots and
stop...please. Ok rant over back to ...