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... and paintings of it while in use really paints a picture of life in those times. People would cook over open fires on the steps; women would spin and sew; everyone was drinking wine and betting on a winner. The structure is partially deconstructed due to being used as a quarry at one time.
Meanwhile, the ladies had quite a day. They started with walking to breakfast, then Vatican City to see the Pope. Yes...See. The. Pope. ...
... I were both) but with Luke (an avid fan of Roman times) by my side I learnt so much about this area. I had been through the same area before, some eight years ago and although we had a tour guide at that time, I somehow did not understand the importance of what this area represented. Well, young Luke was having none of this and launched into a massive spiel on the history of the area and with it became the only tour guide in history which I have listened to for the entirety of ...
... the city centre.
The first destination of the walking tour was the Spanish Steps. Although they were slightly difficult to make out due to the hoards of tourists on them, I honestly found them to be quite underwhelming. I think I expected them to be bigger, or to be more of them, or for them to be grander... I don't know. A short walk lead us to my favourite monument in Rome: the Trevi Fountain. Now that was something I was amazed by. For some reason ...
... the roof top deck of our hotel is panoramic and breath taking. We are like 4 blocks from the Colosseum and Forum. I can't wait to see everything. We have been reading up on the history of Rome and the buildings etc. to get ready for our tours.
Peggy, sorry I didn't get your response in time to get you a shawl. Can you get them in Rome?
Mom, glad everything is okay. Kiss the kids and the animals for ...
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