Green Park Hotel Pamphili
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for power. These abuses in the Roman political system saw Rome fall under the control of military strongmen like Marius, Sulla, and eventually the power trio now known as the First Triumvirate which consisted of Julius Caesar, Pompey Magnus, and Crassus. This alliance didn't last, though, and after Crassus perished in battle and Julia (the daughter of Caesar/wife of Pompey) passed away, the two allies became estranged and Civil War followed. Caesar was eventually victorious in ...
... away. The thought of waiting for hours in line and with this heat was enough to put anyone off. No large crowds to speak of and very relaxed. We took the option of having dinner as well with drinks included. I highly recommend it. The tour itself was very informative, I love the way Italians speak with their accents ...so cute really!! The Sistine Chapel was a sight to behold ..I truly was in awe and sat quietly and looked at it. No photos allowed in the Sistine Chapel or ...
... and we also got free shots of limoncello too! It was a nice way to end our trip. But it wasn't the end without some gelato...We went to a nice gelateria but they would only let you try 1 flavor so I decided I was just gunna pick two new ones and hope for the best. I didn't like this one fruity one so I decided to stop at a new gelato place where I got 3 of my favorite flavors.. mint, chocolate and coffee! After finishing that I definitely felt sick haha. We then decided to venture ...
... the Stadium.
Next, we walked to the Mouth of Truth, which is a carved marble man-like face that bites your hand off if you tell a lie (featured in the film Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn). It was out the front of Saint Mary in Cosmedin Church, but the line to take a photo was huge, so we just looked around the beautifully mosaicked church instead.
Joanna and I then went in search of the famed Roman ‘keyhole’ view. This is a keyhole in the Knights ...
... 8217;s cathedral (it’s not actually St. Peter’s), the seat of the bishop of Rome (the Pope), and has been since the 4th century (oh my!). My first look at it was of the obelisk in front of it in the Piazza, and what turned out to be the Baptistery. This is Rome’s oldest Egyptian obelisk, 1400 B.C. (that’s B.C., not A.D.!!!). It stood on the banks of the Nile until it was brought to Rome in about 357 A.D. It was first at Circus ...