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... and settle the nerves, the mountain is set against the dazzling backdrop of the Bay of Naples. After taking hundreds of pictures, we started our decent back down the volcano with our guide leading the way at all times, I hopped back aboard our coach for the short journey back to Piazza del Popolo. This journey was absolutely breathe taking the views were amazing and knowing you have climbed a mountain/volcano is a big deal! After today im going to need a big ...
... extracting a thorn (there was a special exhibit featuring many many copies of this), The She wolf, Bernini's Medusa, Commodus as Hercules and the great statue of Marcus Aurelius which Steves calls the "greatest surviving equestrian statue of antiquity. " It's in a well lit big circular room where you can sit on stairs and rest. The Dying Gaul is well explained by Steves and we saw a Venus and the mosaic of doves. We also spent a lot of ...
... was condemning someone to death or telling us all was well . All the pictures of the new pope make him look like a happening kind of guy. If Ken had found him we would have had a drink with him.
The Pantheon was very cool- Andrea liked the concept of of a temple to all Gods. It's engineering was amazing.
We then went to the Bernini Fountain. Sue was asked to take a lovely young couple's picture. She managed to take a picture ...
... Tevere, before walking back to street where our bus left from. Back at the hotel we cooled down a bit, then thinking it would be cooler at a park decided to catch the metro to Villa Borghese. Only we hadn't thought about the fact we would have to walk up-hill and that the park was not all covered in nice shade covering trees! By the afternoon the temperature had risen to 33degrees and having discovered we had walked in a circle and miss a huge chunk of the ...
... stage of the Giro D’Italia before heading off to Venice. The stage we chose started in Cordenons. Cordenons is a small town north of Venice, in the middle of nice countryside and at the bottom of some very impressive mountains. We drove to Cordenons expecting to find a campsite nearby, this didn’t happen. Bearing in mind we were pretty jaded from our night in Modena, we drove aimlessly for hours - I think 6 hours in total in & ...