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... got into the express line for online tickets and within a short time we had started our walk through the museums. There are a series of beautiful courtyards, long passages, galleries, sculptures, tapestries to be enjoyed with the Sistine chapel as the highlight. But it must be said that the vast amount of people going through at the same time makes it a very claustrophobic and stressful experience. What can one ...
... about every single ruin I see on this trip, but gosh is this another one of those places it would have been amazing to see when it was fully functioning (and may I just say, curse you Mussolini for bulldozing the forum just so you could see the colosseum from your apartment, ya uberjerk). We spent about 7 hours exploring these places, but oh boy could I have easily spent another 5, guess that's why they give you a two day ticket. Until next time, love to you all - ...
... we decided that it would be quicker to walk back to the hotel rather then wait for the next bus. We beat it but the hill almost beat me, we arrived with me looking like I spent an hour wrestling in a Turkish bath in my clothing. Time for a shower and fresh cloths before we leave.
GPS is programmed for Rome - we bravely set forth heading into the maelstrom of Sorrento traffic. As we approach the turn out to Naples the GPS flashes a traffic warning that the ...
... small batches of olive trees. They put down fabric and then gently shake the trees. Whatever does not fall is then hand picked and it is all carted to the community olive press. This is repeated house to house.
On our journey we passed by the headquarters for Prada and Gucci as well as some of the giant mansions of Roberto Cavalli and other designers. These HQs weren't in Rome or even in a city center but instead in the rural outskirts of Florence ...
... this as normal, where people could put a thumb down to help end another man's life, or up to save him. Right beside the Colliseum is a symbol of its end; the Arch of Constantine, who was the emperor that legalized Christianity. It represents the battle fought and won by Constantine, and the beginning of the Christian domination. The pagan Colliseum closed its doors. In 300 A.D., you might be killed in the next-door Colliseum, nearby ...
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