Hotel San Giusto
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... Arena Floor - Another restricted area. Retrace the last steps of a gladiator as you walk onto the Arena Floor. Held 60 000 spectators. 3. Colesseum Third Level - Restricted area. Get the best view of Ancient Rome from the top level of the Colesseum. 4. Arch of Constantine - 21 meter high arch. Celebrates the legalization of Christianity. 5. Palatine Hill - one of the 7 Founding Hills of Rome. Get a panaromic view of Rome. 6. Aquaduct of Claudius - carried water ...
... told us it takes Romans years to perfect the ability not to go by the rules, hence jaywalking, parking on crosswalks, driving on the wrong side of the road etc.
The most incredible part of Rome is that they are all living in buildings that are anything from 50 to 500 or 2000 years old, and even more. Every single building has a history longer than anything in Australia . The residents just treat them like any apartment. Yet in Australia we would have them ...
Got in just ahead of threatening storm. I coughed up for a decent if self service hotel between termini and the coliseum. No Mosquitos. Bliss! Much as I loved venice I wouldn't want to go any later as the mossies were quite hungry! Hotel has the biggest vending machine I've ever seen with whole bottles of wine. Just booked VIP tour of ...
... did. (The bus system in the hills outside Rome can be completely unreliable on certain days. Our professor was saying that sometimes guys just dont show up to work so there are that many less busses that run that day.)
We then had a really neat wine tasting before/during dinner. We met at the pool area and started off with prosecco, and Italian white sparkling wine. It was absolutely delicious. After a couple of glasses and some socialization, ...
... soon standing in the middle of the
markets filled with fresh flowers, fruit, veggies, lemoncello, oils etc etc.
This piazza was once used for executions and in the middle is a statue of a
philosopher Giordano Bruno who was burned at the stake for heresy on this
site. The statue looks very much
like the "grim reaper". Around the
rim of the markets are fabulous cafes and bars and each of the ...