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... with exotic animals. The main purpose of each of these was entertainment. But the colosseum was not used daily, it was possibly used only a couple of time a years. The colosseum is important to the history of Rome because it is a symbol of a big part of Roman culture. The Romans valued the wealthy, victory and glory. It is a great representation of Roman architecture and it is amazing to see their incredible engineering skills from such a long time ago. It is a symbol of Imperial ...
... see the Creation of Adam painting by Michaelangelo is a real must when in Rome, and so it was worth it - even if it is surprisingly small.
After reuniting as a group we then headed back to St. Peter's Square, where we attempted to enter the Basilica itself. The queue was around 80 minutes long, but moved pretty quickly and again was worth waiting for to ...
... the following but I was very pleased to find out that I was not the only one who hated this class! To our great surprise when we walked in the kitchen we had a new chef, an Italian one and a kind one! From that moment I started loving my courses and made friends with people in my group, we became a big family!! We learnt so much, from the biscotti to the cornetti ( croissant) to the typical Italian recipes to ricotta's pies and so ...
... and back roads, admiring along the way the beautiful ochre or terracotta apartments with their gorgeous cast iron balconies, often covered in pretty hanging plants. We stopped off and had an absolutely yummy gelato (double scoop!) from a gelateria and chatted to the owner whom it turned out had a son living in Wellington! Small world. We finally glimpsed part of the colosseum at the end of the street we were on and we made our way to the entrance. The èxterior ...
... the throws of the hunt or the kill of its prey B) was the marble statue that i have wanted to see. What i affectionately call the 'plate chuker' which is the symbol of the discuss thrower from the ancient Greek games. yep apparently the pope owns that one as well. The next room for me was the cartographic room with all of the maps of Italy dating back to the 13 and 14th century. There were also original maps of the world as it was known pre- ...