Grand Hotel Primus
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... and she pressed a button and now that's all we got, just a bright blue screen and folk music. But that's fine. (Oh excellent, now it's started speaking in a deep, sexy Italian voice and occasionally pausing to play a bit of electronic music. Italian love song dedications perhaps?.) Also- just FYI, everyone said to me that the "Italian sun was different and sunscreen wasn't necessary." Well I'm not a complete idiot, so I put on sunscreen, sloppily and got my first ...
... The paint contained lead. Michelangelo's original painting of the Last Judgement the people where naked. The holy door is only open for the jubilee year. The pope has announced 2016 to be a jubilee year. Currently concrete keeps the holy door sealed. Dec8th the concrete will be removed so people can walk into the basilica thru this door. There are 551 steps in the cupola. The Vatican is its own country. It is ...
I have to start with today!! I loved this Sunday, it was one of my best days so far. My friend Lauren and I had a very relaxing day of exploring and soaking up the city of Rome. We were finally able to sleep in for the first time since we have arrived. It was really needed, I feel somewhat recharged. Then we walked to a bar near our hotel and enjoyed a nice breakfast consisting of a cappuccino and crescent. The bars(our cafe) are very different here.Once you get your order ...
I do not even know where to begin. One week feels as if it has been three. I have been able to do so much already, and I am only finishing my first week in Rome. This week has been a mix of emotions and experiences. All of which have taught me so much, I can't even begin to imagine what is ahead. I love the city life! There is hustle and bustle everywhere. Everywhere I turn there is a small shop or a fresh market. I could go the rest of my life and be very happy without seeing ...
... the floor where they kept the animals and scenery which they would change to create different scenes. Then we went Roman Forum. There are other forums but this one was the centre of all things political and religious. There are lots of temples and ruins to see. Also part of the Palatine Hill we saw , Temple of Ceasar, the Arch of Constantine and the Arch of Titus, which shows the Roman victory over Israel in 70 AD. The Romans destroyed The Temple in Jerusalem leaving one wall - ...