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... was under construction, it has been for months and will be for months to come unfortunately. I kept walking towards the Panthenon, I didn't really know what the Panthenon was but I found myself in a very large square with a building to my left that had giant columns. I thought that must be it so I sat down and started to read about it. Lonely Planet said something about a dome but I couldn't see one so assumed it was the wrong place and kept walking. ...
... by a cheesy snowman.
First Course (Team Parent trap)
Indulge your taste buds with this rich and scrumptious dreamy, creamy and steamy Carbonara and feel like you're driving down the Amalfi coast as you live the Italian dream
Second Course (Team Love Actually)
Baked salmon fillet
Feel the love and affection ...
We walked down to the Roman Forum area and the Coliseum. It was like a graveyard of old columns and stones. We saw the old temple area, Trajan's Column, the Forum area, Vittoriano and Piazza Venezia - WOW! Quite spectacular! Last but not least, we queued for 1 hour to get into the Coliseum, and spent 2 hours looking around inside. Lots of history here! It was interesting to learn that the structure was put to lots of other uses after the gladiator days. Yummy pizza again for ...
... need a plan for visiting Rome, just a map, a starting point, and a destination - the journey will take care of itself and will always be filled with wonder.*
Here’s what we found ‘by accident’ on our way to Piazza Navona...
-the gardens of the Villa Borghese
-the Villa Medici
-Piazza del Popolo (with it's fantastic fountains, ancient gate and Rome's oldest obelisk as well as two stages set ...
Off to Rome! On the way, we spent some time at Assisi - the birthplace of St Francis. The town itself is a gorgeous medieval town perched on the hillside. Naturally, we visited the Basilica di San Francesco - a large but simply decorated church in art as opposed to gold, and also visited the crypt where St Francis is buried beneath the church.
Of course, Rome needs little introduction with ...