Hotel Best Roma
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... Indian guys who try to rip you off with shoving red roses into your face... They charge an arm and a leg, and if you don't buy it they to get abusive to the tourists. Thankfully we just refused out right and they left us alone. We then walked down the main shopping drag towards the Trevi fountain.... Unfortunately yet again we were disappointed - the whole thing was covered in scaffolding :-(... You could tell it would've been amazing to see on a normal day - but no it wasn't to be. ...
... inside, but worth, with a beautiful Roman temple aside. We could have killed for water there though... but no need for it, some intelligent business men sold water there... others sold roses and so... so finally I got a luck-bracelet which I couldn't take off in all the trip... and I don't think I was specially lucky after that... as you will see (or read) soon.
... was the Roman Forum, the site of Ancient Rome. It's basically still in the middle of present Rome, but about 20 ft below street level. Literally, it's just about 7 or so standing columns, an arch, and piles of marble. But if you look deeper, each column is from the 1st century and was once attached to a great temple or building! The park was massive and you could walk along the old streets and imagine what it may have been like. The Forum was the center of town, so all the ...
On Tuesday we had a theology excursion, which was to a bunch of churches that- I feel terrible saying- but I have absolutely zero idea of their names because Ive probably seen 50 so far and they all just blend after a while. But I poster some pictures to be enjoyed!
On Wednesday, we went on an Art History excursion to see the Campodoglio Square by Micheangelo, which is the subject of my ...
... light and shade. In the niches flanking Oceanus, Abundance spills water from her urn and Salubrity holds a cup from which a snake drinks. Above, bas reliefs illustrate the Roman origin of the aqueducts. The tritons and horses provide symmetrical balance, with the maximum contrast in their mood and poses (by 1730, rococo was already in full bloom in France and Germany). Coin throwing A traditional legend holds that if visitors throw a coin into the fountain, they are ensured a return ...