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It was time to restock, we caught the tram across the Tiber to Trionfale Mercato, a wonderful place full of produce, fishmongers,butchers and household items, the supermarkets here have a very limited range of household goods, so there is a need to visit specialty shops. With our shopping bags laden we went across the road for the "must have" coffee and a little sweet thing ...
... are barbarians on the top of the arch that were probably defetated in battle and used as slaves. This may portray Constantine as brutal but military victories were something the Romans cherished. Overall, the arch was built for Constantine's honor and it is important to the history of Rome because is a monument to one of Rome's most important emperors who was the first Christian ...
... huge, but we were all pretty tired to appreciate it fully. Way too much art to take in. The Sistine Chapel was nice, and extremely crowded. We ate sandwiches that I made and 'tortillas di potatas' that they made. After we headed back home because I was falling asleep. I have to admit; I don't really like Vatican City. 6 euro for espresso is enough to never make me come back.
... about watching in every direction for the crazy drivers here! We we mind blown by the Pantheon with its large impressive frontage with 'sky high' front pillars, leading into a cool dark interior. When ones eyes got used to the dim light, we were all blown away by the beauty around us. We finished our oooh's & aaahhh's after about 30 minutes & made our way to the next fabulous iconic place of beauty in our list, the Trevi Fountain. Unfortunately I had just taken over ...
... all of the Egyptian museum pieces and there were at least another 16 exhibits to go including the sistine chapel (or should that be cisteen C - EYE - S). Just the egyptian exhibit is likely to be one of the worlds greatest collections. This stuff dates back to 3600bc. Joelene was very impressed with this one. Outside of the set exhibit areas in one of the hallways between, Joelene spotted in just one amongst hundreds of glassed displays a ...