Residenza di Ripetta
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... only 9 people, including us, so it was a very small group. Our first stop of the day was the Colosseum which is close to 2000 years old (built from 72AD - 80AD), talk about some history! The Colosseum (also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre) was used for gladiator vs. gladiator fights, gladiator vs. animal fights, day and week long events, battles, public executions and more. We were able to go inside the Colosseum where Ian was in ...
Being able to experience Holy Week in Rome was such a blessing. On Tuesday, a couple of us went and worked at a soup kitchen in the city and we got to clean all their windows and stairs, and then we served all the men who lived within the building. It was really great to do during Holy Week because it made us think about all that we are blessed to have and how much more that means we should give back.
On Thursday we went into ...
... tour, feeling pretty horrified at the crowds of tourists at supposedly off-season time! Didn't realize that entry to the Forum and Palatine Hill closes at 3:15pm and we were too late so we meandered up the Via del ...
... utilized on an ongoing basis. Its amazing to watch them shoe-horn cars & scooters into the smallest spot. How they extract some of these when it comes time to leave remains a mystery. Now back to religion.......I think we found it, along wirh what seemed like half of Rome all at the same time. Imagine the crush of a lineup as you enter a large sports venue or concert. Now imagine that crush continuing for the next 2 hours as you ...
... century a man made to depict his nightmares after his wife died. So they were created as art, not as a way to worship, but they are ancient, not new. So it was really, really cool to see. And the bus ride back I just slept for the hour and a half and it was amazing. It had been a long week, and we still had stuff to get done. And that evening we went out to get Canoli's. I just have to say that it was the most amazing thing I have ever ...