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... Faustina...it was mainly intact, and evidence of the pillage that occured after the fall of Rome is noticeable on the columns surrounding the temple. Look closely at the picture of that temple and you can see cuts in the upper part of the columns where looters tried in vain to steal the marble. We both liked the thought that the uneven stones on the pathway through the Forum are the very same stones that Julius Caesar once trod upon! In fact, it was here that ...
... the Sunday, a day earlier than originally planned, so we can see a bit more of the country on the way. Our route to Calais will be completely different to the one coming down, leaving Italy via Lombardy and the Northern border, then on through Switzerland, Luxembourg and finally France.
So, time and technology allowing, we’ll probably send just two more of these en-route. (You know when we see you, we’ll be asking questions about all these ...
Wandering round the pantheon I found this marvellous street of ecclesiastical shops. Nuns habits. Cardinals hats. Censers. Icons. Chalices. High collared shirts. As a native of a Protestant country I found it rather odd. I loved the shop called "ghezzi" is that the plural of "geeezeers"? I guess the church has to get its uniforms somewhere! Half expected to bump into father ...
After arriving at the airport, our small group took a bus to the Termini neighborhood of Rome. Before we got into the city there were many farms, vineyards, and scrap yards along the sides of the main roads. Little towns and houses were also popping out of the sides of the hills, just like in the movies.
Walking around Rome is amazing. The buildings ...
... because it is HUGE - but some part of me feels like that won't catch on.
Every inch of this fountain has a sculpture or image across it and it is just beautiful. Again, there are just no words, you've got to see it to believe it. Every picture I've seen of the place just doesn't do this stunning piece of history justice. Just WOW.
Noel and I probably took more pictures than necessary here and then we were off towards the Spanish steps. ...