Marc Aurelio Hotel
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... Palace, used by Pope Innocent X who used it as his family palace.
We then were able to get inside the Pantheon (after its daily chapel service). The Pantheon was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus (27BC-14AD) and rebuilt by Hadrian in about 126 AD. The building is circular, supporing the world’s biggest unreinforced concrete dome, centred with an oculus (central opening). It stands at around 43.3 metres high. It is one of ...
... in line and the others free you from the guide to go at your own pace. Small warning: the audio guides don't cover much so you need a companion map and book.
The collections here include art commissioned by the popes and the church, plunder from Egypt and the cradle of civilization including cuneiform tablets from Iraq and Turkey, Roman statuary and Roman knockoffs of Greek bronzes. We also saw a temporary collection of modern art ...
... The lost neighborhood
Theatre of Marcellus
Final square where they had witch hunts, burning people
Day 4 - World Cup Match Italy vs. England
Party with Alex and friends. Dinner cooked by him.
Two-One Italy wins!
... up a bit. Then we set out to go see the Spanish Steps before our next tour. It was very warm and crowded there. There were gypsies everywhere trying to give us roses and selling all kinds of ****. Bernini's Fountain Of The Old Boat at the bottom of the steps was covered and under renovation.
Our next tour met at 230 pm and it was a tour of the catacombs. They roman catacombs date back to the 2nd century AD. During this time in history the ...
... we would just kinda walk around and explore Rome on our own, since we really haven’t slept in like24 hours. I am absolutely in LOVE with this city and the history it has. We walked the streets up to the colosseum and had lunch in on outside cafe, which coincided of a caprse salad, bread, and wine…aa ahhhmazing!!! The weather is absolutely PERFECT..mid 70s and sunny. After lunch we continued walking the streets and I had to stop of or gelato ...