Mercure Roma Piazza Bologna
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... the Arch of Constantine. This arch marks the coup that made Christianity mainstream - in 312 AD, Constantine defeated his rival Maxentius; the night before, he dreamed of a cross in the sky - when he became emperor he legalized Christianity and penalized everyone who wasn't one by death.
Once at the Forum, which sits right across from the Coliseum, I lined up another Rick Steves tour. I listened in awe of all the major historical events that had happened right ...
... got distracted by one of my roommates who had astraphobia (Fear of being struck by lightning). The rain had developed into a thunder storm. Rather than walk around in the pouring rain I opted to stay inside. (Although this means that I missed out on some of the other sites in Rome) But I had to head out again to go to the included dinner.
We left the hotel to find the rain had dissipated to a light spitting and we walked out as a group with Jah to the Terminus Station. We ...
... a great place to explore but so many stairs. We had lunch upstairs and a wonderful view of Rome. Afterwards we walked around Rome for a bit and went to pick up our washing as again no washing facilities at the hotel. Dinner was a hot dog and ice cream. Getting sick of pizza and ...
... we walk along a side street toward the Pantheon, and stop in at the church of St Ignatius Loyola. This church is adorned with many alfresco paintings, and was completed in 1650 and now houses the tomb of St Ignatius as well as a monument to Pope Gregory XV, who initiated the expansion of this church. We are in awe of the beauty of this church. From here, we walk a short distance to the Pantheon, built in 126AD by Emperor Hadrian, now dedicated to St Mary and ...
... take the round-about then the 2nd exit, when possible make a u-turn, your destination is on the right..." In a parking lot? It goes on like this for half an hour in the pouring rain & city traffic (remember previous comments about Italian drivers) We finally stop, I jump out and ask a bartender if we're close to the address of our hotel. Yea, he says, it's right there one block up. Whew! We check in, have a bite of lunch at a nearby restaurant and check out ...