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... and we were able to bring wine and gelato into the theatre.
Yesterday we headed out of the core to visit one of the underground catacombs where approx 1/2 million Christians were buried during ancient Roman times. We also strolled up part of the Appian Way. In the afternoon we toured the Borghese Gallery - our one museum stop this week. The Borghese is a very manageable gallery housed in what was once Cardinal Borghese's mansion. The leaders of the ...
Out early, coffee and cornet to at La Tazza d'Oro, Pantheon (standing up) Walked to Piazza Navona, cleared after canonisation Sunday More churches including a Carrivaggio crossed the Tiber at Ponte Umberto, passed the law courts and Castel Sant Angelou and on to St Peters (didn't stay, will visit at end of trip) Back over Ponte Vittorio ...
... sporting venues today that could take a lesson here. I do love the efficiency of the Romans. I guess there is a very good reason why their buildings are still standing hundreds of years later.
After the tour we were given the opportunity to explore the Colosseum further, but I took the time to depart from the group and spend the afternoon on my own. I walked up the Piazza Venezia and had hot chocolate on the top, over looking all of Rome. I ...
... the statues is a bas relief depicting the legend of how a young virgin led Roman technicians to the source of the spring at feeds the Aqua Virgo Aqueduct. A small fortune is thrown into the fountain everyday; it is not unusual to find over 2000 Euros in the basin. The area is policed to stop thieves pinching the money, which is used to fund a supermarket for the poor. Spanish Steps Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps are among the most popular tourist attractions in Rome, ...
... Wolf (Romus & Remulus)
Monument to Vittorio Emmanuele II
Villa d'Este (Beautiful Gardens)
Basilica di San Clemente
Santa Maria Maggiore
San Pietro in Vincola
Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano
Santa Sabina (Oldest Doors, Marriage while in church)