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... Roman army and the means by which it was able to take over such a large part of the world. There were many models, uniforms, weapons and helmets which the boys were able to interact with. The 5 boys then donned some Roman tunics and went outside to go through some gladiator training. We were tested on our dexterity and quickness (pushups to those who were slow) and then learned 5 basic offensive and defensive moves with ...
As soon as we found the Hop-on Hop-off bus tour place we found out that they were only doing 3 stops. The Colosseum, Trevi fountain and the Vatican. We didn't spend much time at the Colosseum because we were doing that tomorrow. So we walked back to the bus stop to catch bus. The buses were supposed to come every 15 minutes but we had to wait 1:30 minutes till our bus came. Ours came late because of a demonstration blocking traffic. The Italians love their demonstrations. When ...
... and present in the city. Afterwards, we arrived home and relaxed for a couple of hours before heading to a local mosaic artist, one very important not just in Rome, but country and world wide! We had an hour info session there about the different kinds of mosaic, and some of the company's creations (including the Jimi Hendrix mosaic in Times Square, NY). We then headed home for a dinner of Napoli pasta, and fell to sleep easily. ...
... suggestions for restaurants. She even had tips on how to avoid lines at some of the busier spots. After we got settled in, we took her recommendation and ate at a restaurant close to the hostel called That's Amore. I thought the name sounded kind of cheesy like it might be super touristy but it was actually pretty amazing. Tony and I each ordered something different so we could share. I ordered ...
... housed a fresco of the battle that won Constantine his emperor status. The ceiling was also a fresco, showing a picture of a broken statue and a cross, symbolizing the triumph of Christianity. The reds, greens, and blues of this fresco were incredible, especially for being so old. The next room was the room of Elidoro which was painted by Rafael himself. Its fresco is the first painting ever done of the city of Rome at night. Then came the room of Segnatura. At first, this room was ...
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