Casa Bonus Pastor
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of these structures and their ability to bring water to the city and growing provinces of the empire.
One such emperor was Claudius. He is associated with the Porta Maggiore, a double arched aqueduct still standing over two important ancient roads, the Via Praenestina and the Via Labicana. This structure might look to some extent unremarkable, despite its size, but the emperor had deliberately left the bottom ...
... you visit the Colosseum, you will receive a two day pass which you only use to enter it once, which doesn't work well when you tried to book a tour the following day.
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... larger heel! Loved the idea! They weren't cheap but would last a long time. Only problem was, the soles came in only one width and not wide enough for this Aussie foot! They had my favourite toe sandals too and I already picked it out in gold leather!! Here's a picture of the cool shop with every colour of the rainbow you could wish for!!
Coming out of the lovely little shoe shop, I came around a corner and into a ...
... us a Japanese TV company have a copyright to it (because they helped to finance the restoration). This is why you aren’t allowed to take photos! There were many signs around saying ‘Silence!’, but people were still talking, so every minute or two, a man would speak ‘Silence’ loudly into a microphone, the words booming around the hall. I thought this was ironic, because he was being noisier than we were!
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... I didn't know how to say 'two bread rolls' so I just said 'due pane' (two breads) - the man serving us had a little laugh but he understood in the end. After that the kids totally flaked out for about 4 hours. Nik was so tired he slept with his eyes open. Mark & I went walking along the Tiber for a couple of hours while the kids were catching up on their sleep. Everything is in walking distance here with Roman ruins everywhere and lots of beautiful old ...