Manuela a San Pietro
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... at a faster rate. Eventually they figured out they had a great building so they starting rebuilding and preserving it with bricks, so there is now a few different time periods that can be seen in the structure of the building. From here we had a free day and we decided to head back to the Trevi fountain to see it in the day time, and get the best gelato again. From here we were still retracing our steps from last night and went to the Pantheon. This time we were able to go ...
... stand for lunch then made our way to the Colosseum. We tried to imagine what life was like 2000 years ago as we walked the same paths and peered into every nook and cranny. We giggled at the Roman men scattered around the colosseum dressed as gladiators desperate to pose in pictures and make a few Euros. On our way back to the hotel we grabbed a gelato, lemon for me and pistachio for Matt. After a bit of relaxation, we strolled to the Trevi Fountain. It was quite ...
... techniques were so clever, making the works look three dimensional, or painting a dome rather than constructing one. We went as far as the Piazza Navona, bought some overpriced biscotti and returned to wake the girls for our final day.
I have loved Michelangelo for many years. I know it's a little weird, but I think the David is looking at me personally when I gaze up at his perfect Roman countenance, and it gives me a little thrill. (Surely I'm not the ...
The palace of Versailles was amazing and extremely opulent. The hot chocolate was just as great and well needed with the few snow flakes starting to fall. Mrs Bryce , Mrs Daud, Mrs Collins and Mr Carnell took a golf buggy to go and see Mary Antoinette petite palace - with limited time Mr Carnell enjoyed his stint as a race car driver at the wheel of the ...
... place and then returned to us. After a short rest, and taking some medication to try and clear my head, Christine and I ventured out for a bit of window shopping. We found GAP and a few other stories but couldn't find anything that really grabbed our attention. Phil sent a text saying he was taking boys for dinner, so we made our way to join them for some Roman style pizza. It was ok until a jazz band starting playing and the it was way too noisy for any of us to endure. As I was ...
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