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... turned soil left fallow, forlorn bales of hay dotted randomly, no animals (goodness knows where fresh milk supposedly comes from) and tonnes of deafening cicadas.
Reaching Volterra was ferocious, in high 30c we climbed up steep pitches since this town resides high upon a hill surrounded by old town walls. Not carking it was my top priority today. Tough, sweaty, unforgiving, the Devil urged me to walk the final distance ...
Hey everybody! This weekend I spent a few days in Rome, the capital of Italy which was only an hour and a half train ride from Florence. My overall impression of Rome is that I didn't care for it as much as the other places I have been so far this semester. The main revenue for the Roman economy is tourism and they definitely exploit that. Our first stop was the Colosseum. I was pretty underwhelmed by the inside of it, it just wasn't as grand and ...
... and went for a very pleasant (and quiet) walk along the banks of the River Tiber to Castel Sant’Angelo. We were amazed at the height of the embankment walls from the riverbank up to the roads. Apparently, the Tiber floods frequently and rose 13 metres on 14 November 2012! Fortunately, we’ve had very little rain!
[We didn’t manage to visit Castel Sant’Angelo - another impressive building. ...
... roof of the pantheon was melted down to make bronze altar in St. Peter's Basilica. The Dome is 43.3m diameter, making it the largest dome made of water cement in the world, still today! It has a 9m hole in the centre of the roof as during construction they realised the cement would be too heavy so they left it open. Being open the rain gets in but there are holes in the centre under the opening to drain away the liquid. It is ...
... wear the brand to show off.
These stores shone with class, instead of being all shiny glass.
They were still bloody expensive though.
I believe we all had a great day today, we'll certainly have sore thighs tomorrow after 4 hours riding the cobbled streets of Rome on a Segway!.
I will miss Rome when I head out tomorrow. But I'm sure I will be back again.
As to the question of Hindsight - Would I still ...