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Sometimes You Learn the Best Stuff on Airplanes
My seatmate on Ryan Air’s flight from Stansted to Rome turned out to be Stan, a chef from a town in Oxfordshire, on holiday with his wife Bev for a long weekend in Rome. Although he was clear that he and his family have always been "country people", he turned out to love history and have traveled quite a lot. He was reading the newspaper, which featured a story you really ...
... technique they had learned from the early Etruscans. We then quickly moved past several recently discovered and unrestored ruins of temples built by lesser known Emperors. During its history, the Romans had 86 Emperors and each one would make serious efforts to leave their mark....usually by building temples to themselves.
After pausing in front of the Victor Emmanuel Monument built in honor of the first king of unified Italy. James shares a host ...
Our last day in Rome was a scorcher so luckily we didn't have anything major on the "still to do" list. We wandered through a food market, and probably would've bought some things but sales people who stand over your shoulder and tell you everything about every item and how much you'll love it are such a turn off. We'd buy a lot more if we were just left alone to browse and consider. These guys jump in and we say thank you and walk away. We ...
This starts my 8 week Architecture studio. Our home base will be close to the Saint Maria Piazza. We have 8 students, 1 TA, and 1 professor. The students will be sharing two apartments that is close walking distance to our studio. We will also be ...
... There's no one really striking sight (though there is a fresco with the earliest known written use of vernacular Italian), but it's pretty remarkable to walk through such old spaces that were well preserved by being buried, though that is something of a theme in Italy.
We swung past San Pietro in Vincoli, most notable for holding the Tomb of Julius II and Michaelangelo's famous horned statue of Moses (sigh). ...