Travel Blogs from Rome
... of the experience. One of the best things that she told us was that the road going through the Forum was the original Roman road. On it you could find grooves where the chariots and cart wheels had been crossing. This is where the idea of train tracks came from as well.
On our Vatican tour the day before, we met a pair of sisters from Michigan. They were in their early sixties, Dale and Julie. ...
... I seem such amazing things. Out of everywhere we have visited in the world Rome by far exceeds any other destination. The architecture cannot be described in words, the sights cannot be captured accurately on camera, photographs just don't do anything any justice here. The food is amazing! Rome has exceeded my expectations a million times over and is much more magnificent than I ever imagined. If there is one place on earth ill be telling people back home to visit it is definitely ...
... was a bit of a crock, waste of time, would have been better to do it yourself and save the 30 odd euro that goes to the guide. Anyway going into the Sistine chapel was awesome just seeing paintings that you have heard about was cool. The final revelation painting and Creation of Man where my favourites. Apart from the paintings, the chapel is actually small and understated. Heading out we then went to into St Peters Basilica. Now this was truly amazing. It was just crazy ...
With all due respects to Fredrico Fellini, love and happiness can be found in the Eternal City in a week! How could we know that Roma is magic for us, molto romantico e molto belissimo! I don't quite understand it, but in Roma we unwind details and rewind passion for simple living. Somewhere in "our" Roman neighborhood, our customized Bermuda's Triangle encompassing the area between the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Campo di Fiori, with ...
... building and Jordans favorite. the Pantheon was a temple which several Roman gods could all be prayed to all in one building. Around the bottom of the dome are several recesses where statues of the gods sat and once the light shone through the hole in the roof and hit the statue it was their time for prayer. The pantheons dome is still the biggest unreinforced dome in the world. After a quick gelato stop we ventured off again to Napoleon's Mum's house and where ...
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