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... built in 1723-1725 by a design of the rather little known architect Francesco de Sanctis and were financed by French diplomat ╔tienne Gueffier’s bequeathed. It was built in order to link the the TrinitÓ dei Monti church that was under the patronage of the king of France, with the Spanish square below. ...
... otherwise the city would known as Reme. A less popular idea is that a group of neighbouring villages came together to form the city.....but that would be boring. Rome is referred to as the “Eternal city”, a central notion in ancient Roman culture. It was the capital of the Roman Kingdom, then the Roman Republic and finally the Roman Empire, which at its most ...
Today was a very interesting day. We took the Metro (kind of like a bart) to a place called BarberinI (I think it was called that). Then, we walked a little over mile to a giant aqua-duct powered fountain called Trevi Fountain built in 1762. After that, we walked a couple miles and found the Spanish Steps. the steps lead to a huge, ancient building and tower. After that, we found the most Italian restaurant available called McDonalds. There, we had ...
... for a final look around and an early dinner. After much deliberation we went into a restaurant near home that has pretty good reviews on tripadvisor, Orso 80.
We were very disappointed with our last meal in Italy. It was our most expensive at 85 euros. We have eaten some fantastic food while we have been away, at really reasonable prices. Most nights we come away commenting on how cheap it is..
We finalised packing, planned the getaway and set the alarm. Everything fits in the ...
... of happy snaps. Marty has a field day. We walk down to the Colisseum and in our usual fashion, come at it from the rear. No matter which way you look at it, it is a damn impressive structure, dwarfing the surrounds easily. The lines here are l-o-n-g. We take the advice of some of the travel forums I have seen and go to the adjacent Palatino ruins and Forum where even though there are lines, we wait only about twenty minutes. We can get a combo ticket which ...