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This morning we went to the Capitol Museum, it is mainly know for its sculpture in particular it's portrait busts. I pretty much only want to go so I could se the bust of Commodus portrayed and Hercules it is an awesome sculpture with a unique base. The statues of Marcus arelieus and Constantine were impressive to see as were the statues of the Roman gods. After the museum we met up with John at the Jewish quarter for a kosher meal I found it very intriguing that a Jewish ...
... images and enlarge the actual flower. Other photos show the solar panelled carports that are sprawling all over the place. There is also a shot of how Italians park cars when there is a space. At one time, I noted that there were 13 cars in a parking bay and only 3 actually made any attempt to park between the lines. It is the norm! I have also included a photo of the lift in this building. Apart from the first number of the room, nothing else is consistent. Very ...
... the Colossus falls, Rome shall fall; when Rome falls, so falls the world". This is often mistranslated to refer to the Colosseum rather than the Colossus. History is interesting, especially one which such rich history and significance. It's good to know what you are looking at rather than blindly following "must see attractions in Rome". Regretfully, we didn't pay to visit the interior of Colosseum and most other attractions so I cannot comment on that. We are on a really ...
... enjoy the scenery and admire the work of local artists and painters along the way. We visited shops to look for cold weather clothing and closed toe shoes for the seasonal changes, and any unique trinkets or treats that caught our eyes. To round out the evening, we wandered across town to the Piazza del Popolo and to the Spanish Steps, which are beautiful at night beneath the glow of the streetlights. Piazza di Spagna sits at the bottom of the steps with ...
... we made our way to the Pantheon... Wow! I think we were both in awe of the giant free standing dome with a beam of light shining through out! Then we made our way to Piazza Navona. Rome is filled with Piazza's everywhere and this one is by far our favourite. We found a nice restaurant and enjoyed some lunch while taking in the view and live street musicians. Next on our tour was the Spanish Steps and then Piazza Del Popolo. After heading back to the hotel and getting settled ...
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