Excel Hotel Roma Montemario
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... that were held in place on a timber arch until the middle, or cap stone, was inserted and then gravity took over...holding it in place...and the majority of the arches still stand strong today.
Next we ventured along the Victory path, past the Titus Arch and into the main Roman Forum. For the next hour or so Simon spoke of some of the ruins associated with this area and described how they would have looked in ancient times. Lots ...
... and confirm it is Anglican. Of course the acoustics are superb. When we took our seats we were in the front row! In fact we couldn't have had better seats; the performers were about two metres away from us. The performance wasn't quite sold out and I estimate there were about 120 there so it was a very intimate experience. We had a mezzo soprano, a baritone and the accompanist performing for us. The programme was a mixture of solos, duets and musical pieces which ran for half ...
... charging with a macchiato, conducting our own walking tour with some downloaded guides on the iPhone - [a great idea if you want to learn more about the Pantheon - like did you know the dome on top is a perfect sphere with the same diameter/radius from floor to ceiling, wall to wall, which was difficult given the columns that arrived after being hand made in Egypt as a single block were actually too short?!!]
In our first day we saw the Spanish steps, the Pantheon, ...
... away, and we have just returned after going for a stroll along the street. There are a lot of people out at night doing the same thing, maybe because it's hot and it's a nice thing to do at the end of the day, it's also Sunday night. Plus there's a steady stream of cars cruising by, ( most very expensive cars, some custom made, one of a kind ) it must be the done thing, a bit like strolling only in cars. Glenda and I sat on a park bench and watch the passing parade for quiet a ...
... the weather.
Then onto Trevi fountain to make a wish along with the thousands of others there doing the same, that's one busy roman god!
Now, there is a specific protocol when making a wish at Trevi, as follows:
you must have your back to the fountain and throw your coin/s over your left shoulder. The number of coins relates ...