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... were conducted and the communal hearth of the city.
The Roman Forum was designed by the architect Vitruvius with proportions 3:2 (length to width). For centuries, the Forum Romanum was the site of the city's most important public buildings, such as the Arch of Septimius Severus, built in AD203 and the Roman Forum Rostra or platforms for public speeches. The reliefs on the triple arch represented many of Rome's victories over ...
... at cafes around the Piazza, we continued a little further to find an outdoor café that was more to our liking.
I had lasagna (again) bolognese and Mel had four-cheese pasta (again) and we shared fried mozzarella balls and a bottle of Pinot Grigio.
After a leisurely lunch, we continued on to Campo di Fiori and discovered everyone was packing up their stalls. By now it was around 4:00pm. I was still able to purchase some herbs though.
We had ran out of toilet ...
... look out onto a plaza sort of thing. It was breath taking to wander about old roman ruins. They seriously had just chunks of buildings thrown onto the ground for visitors to sit on. There's some pictures of us just hanging out on the columns of an old temple. The best part was that most of the tourists were here for the pope thing, so they were all at the Vatican and left the park to just us! I wondered how the US might have displayed the ruins if Rome had been somewhere ...
... with officials in Adelaide and Canberra, ringing the airlines, and visiting a police station and making an official police report with the Italian police. Very frustrating as there was not even an apology given for the inconvenience caused. -B James We are quite disappointed because we are in Italy and have not had any PASTA OR PIZZA!!!!!!!! In every country except China we have had chicken and chips as one of our meals. D: - Ella, Anthea, Kate and Bianca The Colosseum To the east of ...
Buon giorno, Blogonauts*! Italy welcomed us with open skies and a warm sunshine hug. And luckily, we stayed awake to enjoy it. Our snugly-packed 767 gave us no unusual trouble as it toted us over the Atlantic. When we landed in Rome, it was just past 9 AM. Toby met us at the Termini railway station, we parked our luggage at the nearby hotel (a short 4 blocks away), and we were off, taking in the sights in this city that is itself an ancient landmark. And a funny thing happened ...