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- Pets allowed
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... to situate the fountain from the other side of the square to face the Quirinal Palace (so that the Pope could see and enjoy it).
The Trevi Fountain as we know it today, was designed by Nicola Salvi in 1732 and competed in 1762.
The central figures of the fountain are Neptun (God of the sea), flanked by two Tritons. One struggles to master a veru unruly "sea horse", the other lead a ...
We have been waiting for this moment all year. The 24th August 2014 has finally arrived and we are sitting at Perth Airport waiting to board the plane, bound for Rome. My emotions at the moment are excitement, nerves, I'm anxious and it still doesn't feel real yet. Maybe it will started to happen to we board the plane. ..... 11 and a half hour flight allowed by a 3 hour wait at Abu Dhabi Airport then another 6 and a half hour flight with ...
... Met the other guests I will be travelling with for the next 18 days at welcome drinks and then all together for dinner. 18 of us in all and all Aussies. There is only one other single lady and I am glad I paid the single supplement - she's a real loud mouth.
Long day tomorrow as we cross the breadth of Italy from west to east coast but plenty of comfort stops. Not 'technical stops' as they called toilet breaks up ...
... it was across the road to the Colosseum where we had free time to wander. Again Andrew was very impressed and I'm surprised his SD card is not yet full. The option for the evening was a meal and drive around Rome. Six of us opted out and were brought to the hotel. We had dinner in a lovely restaurant nearby recommended by the concierge. One litre of wine between Andrew and myself had me snoring as soon as my head hit the ...
... recounts that over 9,000 wild animals were killed during the inaugural games of the amphitheatre. The building was remodelled further under Vespasian's younger son, the newly designated Emperor Domitian, who constructed the hypogeum, a series of underground tunnels used to house animals and slaves. He also added a gallery to the top of the Colosseum to increase its seating capacity. In 217, the Colosseum was badly damaged by a major fire (caused by lightning, according to Dio ...