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... open to the sky. It was in the Palaestra that games and competitions were held, or simply an area to run and workout. Both areas were 1,076 x 1,315 ft (328X400m) in size. The Natatio at the back of the building was an Olympic size pool (80m long) and reserved for recreational swimming activities. The Baths of Caracalla came equipped with two libraries and extensive gardens to walk about and enjoy. The baths provided two basic functions ...
... made by a second-grader.
Next up was to Santa Maria inTrastevere, a church that was beautiful from the outside, as that is all we could see as there were barriers up and police and guards blocking the entry. We waited around to see what was happening, as there were paparazzi everywhere. We watched many well dressed wedding guests arrive; many of the women had large hats (like the pictures from the royal wedding). We did not wait ...
... Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica. The museums house some of the world most famous sculptures and artwork. It's over 4km long and very crowded. We actually paid for a tour and surprisingly got a really good deal, and a great tour. Our guide was a 65 year-old Calabrian and we bonded over both having roots in the same area. Although he may have had an ulterior motive because he also invited Jen to go on an island getaway with him. The Sistine Chapel was really cool and ...
Yesterday, we picked up two tickets to attend a audience with POPE FRANCIS. The tickets are at thE NORTH AMERICAN COLEGE, ABOUT FOUR MILES FROM THE VATICAN.
We receive the tickets from a nun, Sister Ann Marie, who also tells us the following;
. ,the audience starts at 10 am, lasts till about noon
. There will be a few others attending, about 200,000 few others
. so, arrive at the Vatican at 6 ...
... the fountain is the Palazzo Poli, given a new façade with a giant order of Corinthian pilasters that link the two main stories. Taming of the waters is the theme of the gigantic scheme that tumbles forward, mixing water and rockwork, and filling the small square. Tritons guide Oceanus' shell chariot, taming hippocamps. In the centre a robustly-modelled triumphal arch is superimposed on the palazzo façade. The centre niche or exedra framing Oceanus has free-standing columns ...