Exe Domus Aurea
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... about the 16th century (AD), so we were astonished by the vast amount of history in Europe and were really excited to see it.
Some of the highlights in Rome include the Vatican City (which as of 1929 is actually it's own independent country within Rome) that houses the famous St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museum and, of course, the Pope (who is in the USA right now). It is also home to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon, most dating back to the ...
... day of entertainment... for people back then.
Our grandparents ordered us the Rome city pass which gave us an awesome advantage to bypass the lines, hop on hop off bus and the audio guide for St . Peter's Basilica. Thank you Grandma and Papa.
Out of all the basilicas, churches, and chapels we have been to, St. Peter's is my favorite. We also climbed the Spanish Steps which has dozens and dozens of steps, we visited ...
... history and beauty we crossed the road to Santa Prassede completed in 822 to honour and house the bones of St Praxedes. It has magnificent mosaic decoration and a charming animated and lit with night light turning to sunrise Christmas crib which may be permanent. Photographs do not do justice to any of the art and marble but it is a beautiful church. Came home ...
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What a whirlwind 5 days in Rome!
Good thing we got a lot of rest in Mallorca because we were CRAZY busy. We walked everywhere. Luckily, our hotel pretty close to some of the attractions and the train stations.
A few cool things:
- The engineering prowess of the Roman era is astounding. Throughout the entire city, there were stone fountains for drinking water that you can still drink ...
... this unknown desire we had to explore the world. It was around the time when Rachael finished University and moved up to the bustling metropolis of Dysart that we really started ticking off some places that we wanted to see.
Our first big overseas adventure was to Egypt, Jordan and Turkey. It was a 4 week holiday that took us to Africa for the first time and introduced us to some cultures that were so far displaced to ...