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... for several hundred years but was devastated in WW2 & has been extensively rebuilt. It is a very busy port & there were 3 other cruise ships in, several huge vehicle ferries & many freighters. We wandered around & completed the compulsory Wi-fi work before exploring the complex network of canals & the fine buildings which had survived the war. Somewhat tired we took the shuttle back to the ship at 5.15 & had an early ...
... of marble are, or to fathom how men could lift gigantic marble and granite columns weighing tons up to a standing position. We don't know hard work. How long would it take to build some of those structures, and to carve such elaborate designs? How long did it take to make each brick, and then to lay each of them? Simply unbelievable. Even more impressive is how advanced they were for their time. It has definitely promoted an interest to learn a little ...
... in our next outing, as we crossed the bridge named for him. We were driving up to the Giancolo Hill. This hill is not one of the celebrated Seven Hills of Rome, and has been nicknamed ' the eighth hill ' ! It's other name is the Janiculum. It was awfully cold up on that hill, but we admired the wonderful views of Rome, in spite of the cold. It's great to look at a vista of domes, terracotta roofs and old buildings. We said goodbye to the impressive statue of Garibaldi on ...
... Restoration of Cultural Property. Rome is currently an beta+ world city, falling down from its alpha- status in 2008, along with Berlin, Bucharest, Athens, Lisbon, Montreal and Budapest.
Rome was also ranked in 2014 ...
... me back to the offices. Being given that brief opportunity was in my eyes a most fitting climax to my pilgrimage, so I walked out into the late morning sunshine of the Piazza San Pietro a very contented person.
Not long later, I was delighted to find a hostel on the internet that was going to charge me just 72 euros for three night's lodgings. I couldn't believe my luck at the price and the location, something I thought had deserted me when I had had to pay a ...