Hotel Dei Congressi
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... with three beautiful fountains. The size of some of the buildings and monuments in Rome are jawdropping immense and just so amazing! The atmosphere of the history and architecture is wonderful to soak up. It was a great two days and a complete contrast after visiting Hong Kong and Helsinki. The Italian people are friendly, and I love their attitude! The food is great, the wine, the gelati and the coffee....! Sicily here we come! J.
... in the temple). From there you get a pretty good view and then they take you into the gallery of the dome which is much like the whispering galley of St. Paul's which also makes me, I can only say, **** a brick. Anyway I mostly clung to the wall as the people below did look like ants that's how high it is. Eventually I dared a look and was offered the option not go right to the top - the guide said most people were ok and as it's a once in a lifetime thing ...
... they were lining up to give homage to Jesus. I stopped and prayed for my family and friends back at home, and I took the time to realize that without God none of the amazing churches I have seen would even exist. After looking at Saint John Lateran, we wandered further up the street. After a while, we started to notice a lot of Asian people walking the streets. As it turns out, we ran right into the heart of Chinatown. It was scary. Listen, we have a running joke about being ...
... cathedral). We went inside the Vittorio and through the national museum inside. We then went up to Campidoglio which is another cathedral which Michelangelo designed. We made our way back to the colosseum via another street of ruins and saw Arco do Giano, S. Maria in Cosmedin and then walked through the site of Circo Massimo which is the ancient stadium used for persecuting Christians among many other things like horse races etc. We arrived at the ...
... around the Coliseum. It was all worth it though. St Clemente was lovely, a church built on top of a church built on top of a church and a villa. We all went down to the lower levels although I wasn't too happy about it. We then headed to a charity store we had seen the night we arrived. Italian companies donate goods and they sell them, using the funds for medical supplies in Afghanistan, the Sudan etc. we managed to buy some souvenirs, feeling good about doing so at the same ...