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... boardwalks through it but chained off in places so a big area must be opening in future to walk through. We were really happy to look from above. Some standing columns reminded us of pi, while the engineer in Pete was just concerned about how they were still upright. The whole area reminded us again how clever the Romans were and we wondered if anything built today would be around in 2000 years. Further along we stopped for a while and watched an archaeologist with ...
Not much sleeping was done due to the paranoia of missing our flight to Rome. So at 3:30am we give up and quickly get dressed and head downstairs to wait for our taxi. After checking out and dealing with the very rude desk clerk the taxi shows up and we are on the road by 4:30, at the Paris Orly airport by 5, and checked in and through security by 530. With now plenty of time before our flight we grab some coffee and a delicious croissant filled with chocolate ...
Hi my friends! Its been over 2 weeks that i'm on the road visiting Italy with my parents. We took the car in Rome and drove down to beautiful Amalfi Coast ! I think everyone should have this destination on their bucket list... really worth seeing and if you want to increase the feeling, you should drive on that scenic road!! Not recommended for people who gets car sick hahaha!! Lots of curves, but when I say curves I mean 180 degrees on super ...
... would have sat and their entrance, probably walked where they walked all those years ago, saw THE Roman Senate, and emperors palaces. And our favourite, Circus Maximus, where the chariot races were held in front of 100,000 spectators. Our tour guide had all the facts but didn't briing them all to life very well. Cam was interested in the bricks and mortar and not so much the history, Victoria got bored with ...
... believe it. Built over the spot St Peter was first buried it was originally designed in the 4th century then redesigned in 1503. Of course you can also see St. Peter's square from the basilica.
Outside the Vatican we then toured
The Bridge of Angels: (Ponte Sant'Angelo) built in 134AD and used for various reasons but known as the bridge of angels due to the statues dedicated to saints Peter and Paul and the four evangelists
The Capicini ...