Hotel Palace 2000
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What a fabulous way to spend a Sunday morning, we arrived at this museum, believed to be the oldest in the world, at about 1030, we tried to take in what we could, there is so much! Ranging from centuries BC to the more recent 17 and 18th centuries. The highlights were the bronze of Romulus and Remus with the She Wolf which has been housed at the museum since the 1470's, arguably cast in the 11th or ...
... minutes on the tickets. For winter it is spectacular, blue sky, calm and about 15 degrees while ancient monuments and institutions pass by in the window. Had our cheap coffees standing at counter and walked across central Rome reacquainting ourselves with suitable restaurants and shops and a few famous landmarks. Got a ...
... on the corner. However it got rid of the Café part and now sells only many wonderful products.
Don’t want to get political but for months we have been hearing news here about how terrible the Australian Government Leader is. It seems Australia is reporting ‘tony Abbott’ in the same way – even Karl Stefanovic?? It has been nice to be away from all this. Not that the Italian Government is great. Back home for a much needed rest and some ...
... the Colosseum and the history here. It was originally built as an arena for entertainment and propaganda by the Romans, which mostly entailed one on one combat between the gladiators (the lowest form of slaves) or animals such as lions, tigers, bears & elephants. We continued through to Palatine Hill, where we saw a lot of Roman ruins including the remains of the Palace built on the top of the hill. There was parts of the original tiled flooring visible, and quite strange ...
... an hour and a half to kill so we went and sat down and Naomi had a coffee and I just had a fanta. It was then time to go in and 5 hours later we came out. It was really cool in there! The museum had so much art like cool paintings, sculptures, tapestries etc.. But the highlight was defiantly the sistein chapel. It was huge and the hand painted ceiling was hard to comprehend. All in all a good but very tiring day. ...