Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George
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... German commanders ordered that 10 Italians be executed for every 1 German killed. They marched 335 Italian prisoners out to the Ardeatine Caves and systematically lined them up and shot them. All day long they did this until all were dead and piled up at the caves. This was one of the most mortifying and violent moments of WWII for the city of Rome. Those killed at the caves are remembered today with a memorial at the site.
... opts for mint and choc. There are no spare seats in the little alley way so we end up near the Pantheon. We grab a patch of wall and enjoy our afternoon treat. We're not used to not sharing so we struggle to finish our piccolo gelatos but its so good that it can't be wasted so we force ourselves to finish the little cups.
Back over River Tevere we go after our gelato to explore the other side of the city. There are less people here so we get to see more of the locals. We pass a ...
We started off our day waking up early and going to the Vatican Museum. It was very cool to see the statues and slates from different time eras and countries. The ceilings of all of the buildings in Italy are so beautiful and intricate. After walking through the Vatican Museum, we walked through the Sistine Chapel. We sat and looked up at all of the paintings and it was like nothing I'd ever ...
... call to Joan in Scotland to see if she can log in for him, unfortunately it doesn't work in Scotland either. New plan for the day: walk around the outside of the Colesseum, walk through Trastevere (a more local part of the city) and stop there for lunch, then walk home via the Vatican again to collect the tickets, to go back later in the day. We set off to explore Trastevere, which turns out to be a lovely and a much quieter area of town, ...
... Museums which are extensive, with endless galleries filled with century old artefacts, sculptures and artworks. Brandon also recommended we visit St Therese chapel which was a church with underground chapels dating back to Pagan times. As the centuries passed they just built on top of the previous church so it was amazing to see the layers and the fact that they appeared to be happy to live underground without much light. Day three ...