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... de facto the empire, which reached its greatest expansion in the second century under the Emperor Trajan, Rome was confirmed as caput Mundi, i.e. the capital of the world, an expression which had already been given in ...
... I continued wandering through these small streets, enchanted by the buildings, the colours of terracotta and shades of ivory and the gently peeling paint.
Eventually I found a place that was quite full, but a table had just been vacated and a waiter was handy to ask. It had a restaurant downstairs and also at street level under unbrellas. He spoke English which was a bonus and they had a table for me, so I sat where I ...
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From there, we walked toward the Pantheon. The Pantheon is a basilica and is free to enter. This is another amazing feat of Roman engineering. 2000 years ago, they constructed this dome. With incredible mathematical precision. You can’t just build a structure like this and expect it to work. It takes some forethought and it’s amazing to me that they were able to build this so long ago. Lizzie and I took a few photos, sat down ...
... first and kept us entertained the whole time. The group was only 7 people so he kept up with our questions and pointed out the places of importance and had pictures to explain how the place may have looked. The Forum was interesting and the place where Caesar was suggested to have been buried seems to be a secret place that nobody seems to visit. We had the place to ourselves more or less, considering the area had hundreds of people wandering ...
... we got a better room! The next morning we had both a Colosseum and Vatican tour so it was a long day with tones of walking!! The Colosseum was cool and quite an amazing structure inside. I could have done without the Vatican tour but the Sistine Chapel was quite extraordinary. After our tours at around 3pm we had free time so a group of us went to see monk crypt with all the bones. It was very surreal and I couldn't believe how well the bones were preserved. Quite creepy ...