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Mom and I arrived at our hotel in Rome this evening, we are catching a quick rest before heading out to meet Fr. Greg for dinner! (As per the Mannys request we will post our food along with the sites and highlights:) We shared a margarita pizza and some wine. Then Fr. Greg took us over to St. Peter's Square. WOW, it is truly impressive! We are …
... Empire and is regarded as one of the birthplaces of Western civilization. Rome also became one of the major centers of the Italian Renaissance along with Florence. Famous artists and architects, including Bramante, Michelangelo, Raphael and Bernini, made the city the center of their activity, creating masterpieces like St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Square. You can't take more than a few steps in any direction in Rome ...
... and the old senate buildings, where Caesar is traditionally said to have been killed, were among some of the great things we saw there. Then we hiked up to Palatine Hill, which you could tell was significantly older than the forum below. It was originally built as a palace for Caligula (look that one up-beware some stories are graphic), but many leaders and emperors lived here on the central most hills of the seven in the city. A majority of the ...
I guess my bad luck started from yesterday's bird **** I forgot to charge my camera omg We then took the opposite direction metro and my ticket did not work Finally we figured out the route and arrived at colosseum Under construction but just a bit and the arch was also under construction Queued up in a queue which needs 2:30 hours but we figured out there is another fast way to get the ticket lol Me and Chung went to ...
... a different road back, one that runs below the main road beside the river. It turned out to be that same road that I was walking on when I tripped and fell on my first full day in Trastevere. I can tell you, it was such a relief to be past that point and finally back to the apartment. I was so tired and sore. Later I routed it and I had walked just over 10 miles—the longest I had walked in years (and years and years). And I still have an unused bus ...