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... sites ticked off then it's time to toss a coin with my right hand over my left shoulder into the Trevi fountain for good luck and a return to Rome. I donate €0.01 to this purpose.
There are roman ruins and extremely old buildings scattered everywhere. The Pantheon was very impressive as was the outside of the Colosseum. We will save entering ...
... Pompeii might present us or else prompt some very strong Latin ("pestis, fucifer!!"), which, incidentally, the kids have already picked up on.
The train to the Colosseum station was normal, and we weaved our way around and out to the street. Juls wondered where all the scaffolding had come from, so mustn't have looked up to see it given it covers about 25% of the exterior. This was only getting us halfway to the Pantheon, so we had some path to cover first. ...
Hi all. Lizzie here. (written on April 12)
Oh today. I woke up feeling decent which was exciting. We got up and ate our last feast at our little paradise. We packed up our stuff and loaded up the car. We said goodbye to Manuela and Andrea and set out for Assisi. It took us about 1.5 hours to get there.
We had a few issues getting there and I must admit this is our worst day for driving. We made the most mistakes/wrong turns and then there is the Rome fiasco that I ...
... had one of her favourites: calzone.
I did a rough count today of how many miles we've covered (without flying) and it's over 1,400. Catching trains has proved easier, more comfortable and probably less time consuming. That will all change on Sunday though when we take a flight to Istanbul - the first of many in quick succession. But first tomorrow we've got the trip out to Ostia and our last night in Rome!
... 3000 BC! It occurred to me that the people who made those things were further removed from the ancient Romans than we are today. We saw jewelry, amulets, scarabs, sarcophagi, mummies, sculptures, statues, and so much more. It proceeded chronologically, so it was fascinating to see the increasing Hellenistic influence as time went on, all the way up to the Battle of Actium, after which Egypt became a Roman province. It was a fabulous ...