Idea Hotel Roma Nomentana
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... It's a really interesting study and I need to find a "Currency for Dummies" book to explain it all to me. So if I can ever download the photos I will have the history along with coin photos to remind me of what I learned today.
We saw mosaics, frescos, and statues galore. Saw the original of a poster I have of the beautiful fresco of Livia's (the wife of Augustus Caesar) house, it's a beautiful garden scene on 4 walls, they recreated the room so you ...
... flag at the Garibaldi monument and overlooking Rome, and then the sun dropped down to the horizon and I got my wish - a beautiful sunset! We were probably feeling a little sentimental, as the sun set on not only the Eternal City but our incredibly wonderful journey.
Another lovely Italian meal in Trastevere and a walk home over the Sisto bridge, weaving our way through thousands of Friday night revellers. One day to go and it will be Arrivederci ...
... level to where the Roman home and temple have been recovered in quite good condition. The Roman home still has a spring with running water, I suppose very modern for 0001. This was quite a trip into the past and well worth doing. Big night tonight, we had an early dinner in order to go to the local theatre for the Supermagic show. Eight acts of cards, doves, disappearances, levitation, and our fav the hand shadows which were worth the price on their ...
... by a train into Rome. Cost 3 Euro return - we were quite amazed as everyone has told us how expensive Italy is and this is the capital city!
Twenty minutes later we were in the heart of Rome. We walked out of the station and "Wow!" Directly in front of us, a massive stone archway with the most beautiful, most detailed statues embellishing it. A Roman, I am guessing, dressed in robes and pointing to a book, but every fold of his ...
... left the Trevi fountain I thought it was throw a coin in the fountain for love, but the guide book says to return to Rome. At this stage I don't know that I want to it’s so hot and busy and there's so little shade and plants. I haven't found it at all romantic, but I guess the bits that are romantic I avoid or make void by going Alone. I've just found all the sight’s here so much less special as they are flooded with tourists. I think I'm ready to ...