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... as a church. There are tombs of Raphael and two of Italy's kings also several crypts dedicated to saints around the exterior walls. We made our way back to the bus station, it was quite a long way, there were a lot of hawkers trying to sell things, the most common today was umbrellas. Again we were glad to get home and have a sit down with a cup of fruit tea before cooking, blogging and uploading a lot of ...
... business, prostitution, cult and the administration of justice took place. The Roman Forum was designed by the architect Vitruvius with proportions 3:2 (length to width). For centuries, the Forum 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 oriental tribes and the ...
... of the victims body, that produced the shape of the poor person. A lot was very repetitious, such as houses, but some of the amphitheatres and specialised buildings were fascinating. We started with the sun blazing down and I thought we were going to be in for another scorcher. Not too long into our wandering there was lightening and thunder and down came the rain. Well there was not many places you could take shelter in at Pompeii. When we were thoroughly wet I decided to bite ...
... of some members of the tour group who were handed paper shawls. There were no photographs or videos allowed as the flashes had caused some damage over the years and it's easier to ban ALL rather than expect people to know how to photograph without flash. There were signs as we entered reminding everyone of these rules. And yet... when we entered it felt as if I needed to 'play teacher' and tell them all to be quiet, or put my hand up expecting ...
... loved the history Rome had to give and though the heat was a little too much, it was an amazing day. We went to the Coliseum, the Palatine, Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, The Roman Forum and the Parco Del Colle Oppio. It was a really nice day, save for our accommodation.
Day 3, there was only the 4 of us including myself. OB felt really ill, so decided to stay behind and slept most of the day, from what we were told. The rest of us ended up going to explore the ...