Courtyard Rome Central Park
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Well, here's the first thing I forgot to include for a day. As we were descending into Amsterdam, we noticed some very brightly lit fields. There were a number of them. I’m guessing they were flower fields that needed to have light for some kind of reason. If anyone knows what they are all about though, I’d love to hear it. There should …
In addition to the Porta Maggiore, the Arch of Drusus(Aqua Antoniniana) is located 1/2 mile east of
Roman catacombs are a series of underground burials that span from the early second century to the fifth century (A.D). The catacombs of Rome were maintained till the 9th century when many of the relics were removed and placed ...
... see the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain (which due to restoration work being done, currently has no water in it). I am happy to report that I survived my two trips on Metro with no incidents (information provided on the ship was that the metro was very dangerous). The Villa Borghese was built in the 16th Century for Cardinal Scipione Borghese, the nephew of Pope Paul V. The gallery houses a substantial part of the Borghese collection of paintings, sculpture, ...
... mix.We then set off for our hike which took almost three hours. It was indeed a hike. Narrow stairs that went up, up, up and small footpaths on the side of the hill next to drop offs. The views were spectacular. Vernazza is beautiful from above, Stopped for spaghetti and wine in Vernazza before catching the train back. A good day seeing a totally different side of ...
Rome was amazing! It is such a fantastic city, every street has something new to discover. I loved taking in all the history, art and fabulous buildings and catching the Easter buzz, although it did mean it was pretty manic. I'm pleased that I had been warned beforehand to take comfortable shoes as I walked everywhere, no wonder my legs ached by the end of four days!
I began sightseeing at the Colosseum where I paid for the audio guide (which Kath ...