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... fits into this category. In ancient Rome, the Pantheon (which means "to all the gods") was actually a temple to the Roman gods. However, after Christianity came into Rome, the Pantheon was quickly converted into a church and has stayed that way ever since. It is a beautiful and massive building and allows you to imagine how many more temples were built back in those days.
Afterwards, we found Giolitti and everything changed. Giolitti is not just ...
... dinner which was nice. I had chopped beef with rocket. I didn't know what that was but it was some sort of green leafy vegetable that I really liked. After that we went out for a little bit but came home early and went to bed to catch the bus at 7:30 for our flight in the morning.
I had such an amazing weekend and it was great to travel with someone I know I will be friends with for a long time... I've got a long week this week so I will talk to you later!
... one of her favourite pizza places quite close by and then to hop on the metro to the Spanish steps and eat it...So that's exactly what we did. Was lovely sitting here watching everything go by, mainly tourists and people hassling for us to buy their roses or cold water, but still very beautiful. After this we headed down one of the main shopping strips in Rome, Via dei Condotti...Sporting brands such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Prada..Definitely not in the budget! ...
... at every little shop and street vendor and spending the euros that are clearly burning a hole in their pockets!
On our first full day here we set off early for the Colosseum. Lucky to have purchased our tickets online, we zipped past the long line and started exploring! The Colosseum was a big hit with the kids. They loved the stories about the gladiators and animals that once battled there. They also loved trying to figure out ...
... We then visited nearby Vatican Museums for an informative guided tour. Wander the spectacular chambers leading to the Sistine Chapel to view Michelangelo’s masterpieces, including the magnificent fresco of the Last Judgment. Here we had time to spend to marvel at this place where the popes are elected. We were lucky that the crowd was not large and we were able to spend time there to savour this special place. Before we left some of us had time to ...