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... such as the Temple of Castor and Pollux, built to thank the sons of Zeus for a victory in battle, but later in the time of the Republic it served as a civic building used for a meeting place of the Roman senate, and even later it would house office supplies of the treasury
The forum holds tangible history that one can walk through and appreciate the evolution of the people within the city of Rome. ...
... its history, and since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a Roman Catholic church dedicated to "St. Mary and the Martyrs" but informally known as "Santa Maria Rotonda." ( read more relics and famous people buried there including Raphael the painter and various Italian kings and queens). The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda. And its busy, even on a Sunday. Then onwards to the Piazza Navona, a beautiful square with three ...
So it has been a very wet day but the gods have gifted me a new and better umberella which I found in the lift. As it probably belongs to an Americane' I shall, in the parlance on London, "'av it" I'm still feeling a little self conscious of dining a' sole or solo. The weekend in Europe is a time of restaurants pre booked out by big family gatherings so only the worst pizza joints around the station remain available. With my ...
... craft safely to the yacht’s stern platform. They agreed, albeit only a short sail, that it was one of their more exotic sailing experiences.
Louis and Roger were also fascinated with a major sailboat race that was taking place in the Gulf. As many as 15 hi-tech boats made their way out of the Capri Harbor for a race course set a mile or so offshore. One set of larger boats, maybe 50-60 ft in length, started and never returned. The ...
... thanks to a little sweet talk. After a seemingly unendless (8 hr), 3in leg room, metal rods for seats, screaming baby flight, we arrived in Rome on very little sleep. We spent the next hour and a half at baggage claim only to not claim any bags. We have been assured our bags will arrive tomorrow and, God willing, they will! We found our young Italian driver amingst a sea of old men and made our way into Rome.
Our hotel, ...