La Fenice Hotel
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... t account for was the thousands of other tourists who decided it would be a good day to go to the museum. It was packed. So much so that it was difficult to appreciate any art work since you were part of a human river that wouldn't stop. People had no problem shoving you into a wall or stanchion to get around you. Needless to say, the experience made us tired, cranky, and a bit disheartened with humanity.
We're not art majors, so the first 4 or ...
... and Roman Forum.
We were pleased Peter bought the tickets for the Sistine Chapel online as the queue was very long. The Colosseum tickets didn't take much time to get and they did police the queue jumpers well. The queue jumpers were everywhere for St Peter's which is rather ironic! Some have it down to a fine art. You need to get there early or later in the day, it would appear. We tag teamed ...
... coffee for the adults and a packed lunch was made before we left the park. A courtesy shuttle took us to the stazione where we quite easily made it to the heart of Rome, via Flaminio stazione. What did we visit & see? Spanish Steps. Was more interested in the house where young British poet John Keats died, to the left of the steps. I've included a poem of his below. Colosseo. Colosseum. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colosseu m Still not as grand as the G when your team holds ...
... most famous fountains in the world. The fountain has appeared in several notable films, including Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita, and is a popular tourist attraction.
Capuchin Crypt. The Capuchin Crypt is a small space comprising several tiny chapels located beneath the church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini on the Via Veneto near Piazza Barberini in Rome, Italy. It contains the skeletal remains of 3,700 ...
... Concert 2 today & last concert The Pantheon is one of Rome’s most famous buildings, and its dome and columns have been inspiring architects for centuries. The original temple, commissioned in 27BC by Marcus Agrippa, after the Battle of Actium, was destroyed in an earthquake. In 126 AD Emperor Hadrian commissioned a new temple dedicated to “pan theos” – all the gods. The temple was restored by Emperors Septimus Severus and Caracalla in ...