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... buildings and no full structures left but you can clearly figure out the main walkways, buildings and so forth. There is however a church that is still standing and it is stunning. They are currently doing something with it so we couldn't go in. I loved walking through the ruins, yet again a bit of a surreal feeling walking through such an ancient and historic city and to then walk past where Caesar was cremated, it was pretty cool :) We then got free time through ...
5pm October 3: Rome time: I am currently on a train (like a real train not an airport terminal train) from Rome to a town Fabriano. It is supposed to be a 2 hour ride. We are going there to spend a few with an Italian family that Kristina has known for over 20 years when the wife was a foreign exchange student in the United States. So, now. How do I write about seeing some of Rome's biggest treasures? The Vatican. St. ...
... main aim today is to see the Sistine Chapel and St.Peters Basilica. Visiting the whole thing could easily take a day and you may still not see it all. It's full of very elaborate ceilings, ornate floors and wall coverings. It's very busy, lots of Japanese but at least they've taken their umbrellas down!!! We show Alfie some of the rooms and sights in the Vatican and then into The Sistine Chapel with its fabulous ceiling painted by Michelangelo. It took 4 years to paint ...
... Rome) which has several triumphal arches, many remnants of ancient temples and other buildings (including that of the Vestal virgins - heaven help them if they let the flame go out), basilicas (halls of justice), the main square with rostrum, etc. See photos. We exited for lunch. To avoid back-tracking to the entrance gates to Palatine Hill (it's on tomorrow's list) we decided instead to walk to Piazza Venezia to visit the Victor Emmanuel (massive grand ...
Awoke again to wind, rain, thunder, and lightening. Stopped by 10:00 . Our taxi to Naples is due to pick us up at 11:00. What a luxury that will be after the public train we took to get here. On another note, we met some German ladies who told us the name Crotts (Kratz) in German means scratch, Schroeder was a well known politician, and Springer was some sort of cloth maker or shirt maker. They were both familiar with the town of Riesa, Germany. Made it to. Rome on the train with ...