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... 20 minutes if Italy and the scams had already started. Many people approached us with the ever so tempting words of "skip the line up, cheap discount, special price". For just an extra 15 euro, we could join a tour group and skip the line completely, rather than have to buy tickets at the actual counters. She told us the line was about ...
... to be"....can't wait to see that!
When we were finally dropped off on the cobblestone street of Piazza Ferenze, we were told that our flat was just down "there" 100 feet and to the left. Now those directions really create a sense of confidence when you are standing in the dark in the middle of a square with a bunch of Italians speaking a language you don't understand. However, following the directions we were given, we came to our rented flat....right next ...
We farewell Assisi and say hello to Venice at around 3:30pm. We start with a tour of the Grand Canal, a Gondola ride and a quick walk around St Mark's Cathedral to get our bearings for Venice tomorrow. The Gondola ride started off a little scary but once out of the Grand Canal and into the smaller canals it was ...
... in the eyes of the overseer, he is punished, usually by death. When a gladiator is killed, people come out with a piping hot iron pipe that prods the dead body to make sure it is dead, it is then dragged out of the arena. These battles were usually giant gorefests. After the Colosseum, we headed back into town and grabbed some dinner and a coffee. We then jumped on the metro back to our ...
... to have been crucified in the first official persecution of Christians by Nero in AD 64.
Our tour of the Vatican comprised a walk through a few rooms with classical statues, then the Gallery of Tapestries and the Hall of Maps. We then had a short visit of the four Raphael rooms or Stanze di Raffaello, which have walls and ceilings decorated by Raphael and his school of artists. These decorations were commissioned by Pope Julius II who died before ...