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... It was gorgeous and I took the next 5 minutes trying to get an adequate photo. I didn't, so I'm including one taken during the daytime that Aurelio sent me from a google search.
Aurelio then took me home, and feeling concerned for my recent unfortunate events, insisted that I take some cash from him. Again, I tried to decline but he made me. I told him I'd return what I didn't use with Malorie when she gets to Rome on the 14th, ...
... colours and shutter colours, creates a city-sized landscape!
John arrives at breakfast, followed by Sim and Deb, and the birds. Now we're back to normal !
Today we were to visit the Coliseum. An earlier start, and even though the lines were very long, admission to the monument did not take too much time. We climbed four flights of very steep stairs for a fantastic view of the arena.Later on we found out there was a lift! It used to ...
... contains a vast and impressive collection of art, sculpture, fountains, mosaics, frescos, and paintings, from all different periods. Rome first became a major artistic centre during ancient Rome, with forms of important Roman art such as architecture, ...
... the sounds of coins landing in the drained fountain are odd. It seems that many of the landmarks in Rome have been badly affected by the heavy pollution and are being cleaned, as we have seen at the Colosseum and parts of the Vatican. The draining and cleaning of the fountain doesn't seem to have deterred visitors, although we hear many people commenting on their disappointment.
After a quick look around some souvenir shops near the Trevi Fountain, it is time ...
... particularly religious or RC we didn't want to "spend all day there" so this was a good compromise for us. We firstly visited the Vatican Museums and saw some of the amazing artwork, painted ceilings, frescos, artefacts, tapestries and the list just goes on. One of the rooms I found fascinating was the longest corridor in the museum, which was named the map room and consisted of walls and walls of very early maps of Italy. They were amazing. After ...