Hotel L' Oasi
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... Bresett noted how Rome changed in a short time. In 300ad you could be killed in the colosseum for being a Christian. In 400ad you could be killed for not being a Christian. We tried to get in to see the forum but it was closed. Going tomorrow. We did walk around and see the back side of it. Could see the senate building of Julius Caesar. Saw Capitoline Hill. This was built when Italy became an actual country. It's a bit younger than Canada. Built to look like ...
... in varied states of ruin can be seen in several hours, but if you can’t be buggered to do even that, then just explore the eastern side of the temple series of which the Temple of Concordia is the jewel in the crown. This temple, dedicated to the Greek goddess of harmony, was built between 440 and 430 B.C. and is the best preserved specimen of ancient Greek architecture in the world, owing its excellent state of preservation to its conversion to a Catholic church in the ...
... day was all about the gruesome pastor Ancient Rome. Everything from the pantheon to the colosseum was covered, the guy running the tour was a major in roman history so it was hard to not get swept up in his enthusiasm. Yesterday about halfway through the tour we had a lunch break which turned out to be about 45 minutes of hail and the heaviest rain you have ever experienced. We took cover in a small news stand for most of this. And can I say ...
... temple built just A.D. It's now a Catholic church and best known as the burial place of Raphael and Italy's first king who conquered Italy from Turin in 1870.
Marisa joined us for lunch today at a cute place she selected. She had gnocchi, I had Spaghetti Pomidoro while Margaret had Spaghetti Carbonera.
For dinner we ate at Ristorante Sensus, a delightful restaurant with a Mediterranean accent and beautiful ...
... there for 3 hours before jumping on the train to PISA.
As you can tell from this rather negative entry, I didnt really enjoy rome. It may have been more enjoyable if we had a nice cool place to retreat to in the evenings after a day sightseeing in the heat. Italian waiters/customer service people seemed to be ruder than French waiters, and tried to rip me off several times. There are so many souvineer shops and people trying ...