Excel Hotel Roma Montemario
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... one door given to removing the bodies of the gladiators, prisoners and animals.
We didn't have much time or energy left for the Palatine Hill, which was where the Roman Emperors lived, and only had a cursory walk around it. Our ticket was valid for two days and ideally that's how long you need to see it.
Our final destination was Fontana Di Trevi where you can see some ...
... the restaurants lining the square and had a lovely meal - ravioli with truffles for me and a mega pizza for Gareth. Even Lara was convinced to have some pizza (under duress and with the bribe of coke!)
Then back down the escalators and on to our next destination...San Gimignano. ...
Rome – Top deck day 9 (Top deck end and a bike
Today was the end of the top deck tour for me. But today was going to be a long day. I got up at 6.30am, showered, dressed and went to the top deck breakfast tent. I ate breakfast and said goodbyes. I then went back to the cabin, got ready for the day. I then went to the laundry, set up my washing to be washed, then went and explored the camp during day light. I discovered ...
... all of whom fail to get a mention anywhere in the history books, but that is the way of the world. Behind every big name will be a whole gaggle of people making him or her look good. True in 1600 and true today.] The building was progressively expanded and construction was not finally completed until 1843, certainly outlasting the Viceroy [but he did get to live in part of it for a while].
After Unification in the late 19th ...
... sellers and people selling pictures. Of course there was lots and lots of tourists like us.
Near by was the Pantheon which was built in Roman times, about AD 100, as a temple to all the gods. It was the model for mum and dad's wedding cake. The dome is made of concrete which is up to 6 metres wide in places, and it is still the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world. (1)
Later we walked to the Trevi Fountain,which is the largest Baroque fountain ...