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Rome (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
This book divides central Rome into 16 areas and has further sections for sights on the outskirts of the city; including some day trips as well as some suggested walks. Each of the main areas has its own chapter and contains a selection of sights that convey some of its history and distinctive character. The bird's-eye view maps, photographs, 3-D aerial views of Rome's most interesting districts, the floor plans of all the major sights and the huge selection of hotels, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues separate this guide from all of the rest. The Eyewitness Travel Guide helps you to get the most from your stay in Rome.
All DK Eyewitness Travel Guides to cities now include a new durable, oversized pull-out map with useful transportation information, a distance chart, a street and sight index, and practical information for getting around the city.
Too bad the essence of Rome can't be bottled and exported to a corner store near you. If it could, you could pick up a weekend's worth of Rome along with your pint of milk and Snickers bar, and you'd probably never get to repainting the stairs, doing the laundry, or watching that new video release. Instead you'd be gawking at St. Peter's, ogling the Temple of Vesta, devouring saltimbocca in a trattoria, and sipping Sangiovese at a wine bar. You might not even get to the Snickers bar. Okay, DK never said they're trying to bottle Rome. But they do a stand-up job of imbuing their guidebook with the spirit, attitude, and elan of Rome. They don't just provide information about where to stay and what to do when you're there (though they do, in fact, provide all those necessary details), they go beyond the pragmatic and mundane to revel in Rome's glory. They stimulate the appetite for a Roman holiday. The gorgeous pictures and engaging text draw you in. They inspire you to read and dream, set your travel date, and visit Rome for real. --Stephanie Gold
16 Things About Me - I WAS TAGGED!
Ivy tagged me, so I am bound by honor to do this or I know she will withhold chocolate from me, lol. ** Here are 16 RL facts about me... 1. I am a contortionist - yep, one of those freaks who can fold herself up like a pretzel while drinking a Mojito using her feet - just one of my many cheap bar tricks to get free booze 2. I was in the USMC (Marine Corps) and I am a Veteran of the US Armed Forces - I can lock and load, shoot a target dead on from 500 yards, run 10 miles in combat boots, and cook up a helluva omelette all before 6am 3. I LOVE the color pink - but shhh that is a secret just between you and me ('cause I will emphatically deny it if anyone asks) 4. I am a Vegetarian - so no, I don't eat cats, fish, cows, deer, pigs, dogs, grasshoppers, wildebeasts, chickens, sea monkeys, or any of those other tasty road kills - no, I'm not a Tree Hugger, I just have never liked the taste of meat 5. I have beat a polygraph on multiple occasions - all the while lying through my teeth 6. I miss 1 out of every 3 flights -because I spend too much time in the airport bookshops trying to choose a book to read on the plane 7. I am related to Thomas Stone, signer of the Declaration of Independence - (what can I say? My family likes to know its roots) 8. I have travelled all over the world and know Paris, Rome, and the island of Okinawa (Japan) like the back of my hand - yet without my GPS I can't find my way out of my own driveway 9. I have bouts with insomnia - longest stretch without sleep so far is 76 hours - cramming for my college finals - yep, I passed, and yep I crashed for 4 days after - if a bomb had gone off in my room I would have slept through it 10. If I drink enough Root Beer, I can belch out the Alphabet - I know, cheap parlour tricks 11. I LOVE chocolate - so much that I own shares of stock in Hershey and have even had my fair share of baths in chocolate 12. When I was 3 years old, I was running in our living room, tripped over my own feet and crashed into our glass coffee table, splitting my lip wide open and almost dying from blood loss - had 8 stitches in my lip which to this day is still a cute little scar to remind me that glass is stronger than skin 13. I once grabbed and kissed rather impulsively, a charming Italian man while walking down a street in Milan merely because I thought he was beautiful (not knowing who he was) - now we are best friends and every year I spend part of my summer with him cruising the Mediterranean 14. I don't like Endives (a vegetable) - I would rather drink my own urine than eat one 15. I am bitch -screaming afraid of spiders, but if I find one in the house I won't kill it - I scoop it up with a cup while wearing latex gloves and lay it carefully outside FAR AWAY from our house (like a mile down the road) 16. When I was 11 years old, I beat up the school bully - who was 2 feet taller and 70 lbs heavier than me - because I got tired of HIM pulling my pony tails - I broke his nose, yet I did not get in trouble because my teachers supported me, and HE never picked on anyone ever again
The Pantheon, Rome
The Pantheon, from Greek ??????? Pantheon, meaning "Temple of all the gods", is a building in Rome which was originally built as a temple to "all the gods" of Ancient Rome. The intended degree of inclusiveness of this dedication is debated. The generic term pantheon is now applied to a monument in which illustrious dead are buried. It is the best preserved of all Roman buildings, and perhaps the best preserved building of its age in the world. It has been in continuous use throughout its history. The design of the extant building is sometimes credited to the Trajan's architect Apollodorus of Damascus, but it is equally likely that the building and the design should be credited to the emperor Hadrian or his architects. Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been used as a Christian church. * * * If one day I move back to Canada, there is one thing I will miss about Europe: the fact that you can travel pretty much anywhere for peanuts. Flights are incredibly cheap here (on budget airlines). That being said, this year, instead of spending the Xmas holiday under the sun, we decided to freeze our butts off in Rome for Christmas and in Paris for the New Year (free apartment provided by my boss there)... :-)