Mario de' Fiori 37
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... jackets closer! It's moments like this when I feel so at home here, it's hard to describe, but it's quite addictive!
Less addictive are the crowds of people, especially at the Coleseum and other major drawcards. For the off season, it seems pretty busy! Can't imagine what it is like in the height of summer!
I met someone the other day, interestingly enough she thought I was a local. Lots of people have asked me for directions and think ...
... Severus and Caracalla in the 3rd century. The immense dome is over 48 metres high with a central oculus of 8 metres in diameter, which provided the only light in the circular temple below. The massive bronze doors weigh over 20 tons each. The portico has 16 white marble columns. The temple housed statues to the gods and animal sacrifices were carried out under the oculus. As Christianity spread throughout Rome, the temple fell into disrepair, and in 356, when public pagan worship ...
... issues (as usual), so I wasn't able to. We continued up into the alps and stopped in the Wildschonau Valley, which was an optional stop that I had decided to skip. A few people got off/on and after buying a snack from the shop we continued on to Venice. We were staying at a campsite which is about 20 minutes outside Venice. We arrived at our campsite about 4.30pm, which seemed ok as the tents were fixed and had a single bed and two bunks in them. I quickly checked in and I ...
... full of lightening so we ducked into an Irish Pub (I know, we are in Italy eating at an Irish pub) and took some time to get a little food and beverage. He said he'd be doing another tour on Thursday night so hopefully we can catch that one. After eating, we decided to look for the Fontana di Trevi. We had no map or GPS to help us - I just knew we had to head North. Our first find was a wonderful place that had Limoncello. ...
... and beautiful. It was truly worth the walk to get there, and it's free!
We set out to go and find a show shop I saw 3 weeks ago with a gorgeous pair of shoes in the window, but it was shut and I couldn't go in. Well our map was wrong and somehow we ended up in a totally different direction, but we came to the area called the Roman forum. There we saw the building known colloquially as the Wedding Cake, but is the monument to Vittorio Emmanuel ...