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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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... here!” It’ll be time to get our skis out and waxed in time to hit the mountain.
But I’m getting ahead of myself—Positano will have to wait. This writing is about our day in Rome upon our return from Perugia and then our subsequent trip to San Giovanni Rotondo. Where is this place, you ask, and why did we make our way there? That will have to wait…
On Tuesday, December 9th, we headed back to Rome after ...
... It is the best preserved example of ancient Rome and was initially a temple dedicated to all the gods of pagan Rome. The Pantheon exists today in such good condition because in the early 7th Century AD, the Byzantines gifted it to the then Pope and it has been in continuous use since. Actually, if you add the earlier [pagan] period, that is 1800 years the building has been in continuous use. Quite a record. When building the ...
... There are side chapels which are the size of cathedrals in other cities!
Following our tour of the Vatican we headed back to the Metro and then to the hotel feeling weary but pleased with what we had seen. The day met expectations with both of us finding the art work in the Sistine Chapel being the highlight.
We freshened up at the hotel and then went out for a meal at a restaurant local to the hotel which had an outdoor terrace below the level of the main road.
I'm a little behind on my blog entries! Oops We were in Santorini last week with one of Lisa's friends from home (Ryan) and his travel buddy (Mike). They rented ATVs for us and we drove around the whole island everyday to see different sites. It was one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen! The island was formed by a gigantic volcanic eruption thousands of years ago so one side of the main island is very steep cliffs and the other is flat. You'll see in the pictures. ...
... Titus' victories, which included the seige of Jerusalem. Amazingly, this arch inspired the Arc de Triomphe in Paris!
Our tour of the Roman Forum continued down to the Arch of Constantine, which is the most recent surviving triumphal arch and was erected by the Senate to celebrate Constantine I's victories.
The first structure you see as you ...