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... of the Roman Empire around 500 AD the southern side of the Colosseum was felled by an earthquake in 847. Parts of the building - including the marble cladding - were later used for the construction of other landmark buildings such as the St. Peter's Basilica and Palazzo Farnese (this is known as recycling!) There were some pretty grusome activities (sports) here.... and not real good if you were sentenced to death..... you got one of the early gigs to ...
... had a bite of lunch. There were levitators there as well. It was a man sitting on the ground crossing his legs and holding a pole off the ground in the air and his friend was sitting on top of the pole. No way any human could hold that up. We continued on to walk across the Tiber River and headed for the Trevi fountain. Do you think we could find it? We lost our map so we were relying on help from the locals. We reached the Trevi Fountain about 4 hours later, just to find ...
I am in the home stretch! Having finished my history class at the beginning of April, all that was left for the last month was drawing and studio. For our final drawing project we were able to pick our subject matter and medium to be completed independently. So, what better to draw than the Roman Arch. As my subject of choice, I got to pick anywhere in the city of Rome ...
... a different road back, one that runs below the main road beside the river. It turned out to be that same road that I was walking on when I tripped and fell on my first full day in Trastevere. I can tell you, it was such a relief to be past that point and finally back to the apartment. I was so tired and sore. Later I routed it and I had walked just over 10 miles—the longest I had walked in years (and years and years). And I still have an unused bus ...
... sweeter than it sounds. I feel like I cant even do justice to how awesome the city itself was or even begin to describe to you the awe inspiring views of Italy from the top of the hill. I have pictures attached but even that cant fully give you the experience. First we had to walk up a slippery, tight, winding path on the side of the mountain. These steps looked like they hadn’t been worked on in a couple hundred years, and ...