VOI Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel
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... is important because Constantine started a ripple effect that eventually led to the leadership of Christian men in the history of Rome. It is interesting that Constantine was a Christian and chose to have this gigantic statue made representing him. To me, it seems quite the opposite of the like we are called to as Christians. This artifact is very a very important representation of part of the story of Rome's ...
... air-conditioning, we stopped on the way for a cold drink of fanta and beer, followed by yummy gelati - D had lemon and orange and M strawberry and biacci chocolate. Another stop in a tiny wine shop for D and then freshening up back at the ranch. D couldn't resist the bath whilst having some of the red wine. Tuscan this time. We went out at night and immediately bumped into a host of Italian men and women dressed so expensively - like for a top ...
... early to avoid line ups and congested streets. We ventured along to Palazzo Navona and the Fountain of the Four Rivers, an impressive fountain with statues of sea gods and various objects and animals (serpents, birds, etc.) symbolic of the church and the elite Pamphili family who financed this fountain.
We continued on to see the elaborate marble Column of Marcus Aurelius, which was constructed in 180 AD. Adjacent to the Italian parliament buildings, ...
Get to apartment around three, showers then out for a walk Dinner at Macorroni Restaurant recommended by driver Ravioli (cheese) for me, spaghetti with oil, chilli and garlic for John and salad of rocket, Parmesan, pine nuts and mushrooms Bed! Apartment booked through Rome Loft, Via Mecedes ...
... drummers busking. They were using a box drum and a heap of pots, pans, tubs, suitcase etc... We listened to them for a while. Tim spotted a red Ferrari on the way to the castle and asked the guy if he could have his picture taken in the drivers seat, which he did. He was pretty stoked with that. I got pictures of the lads in most places we visited today. We decided to go into the Castle. It was $7 euro each but looked really cool. We were all really glad we did as it was very ...