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Wedding in Rome

by cathykwok

Hi there!
I am a Hong Kong (China) people and gonna to get married and travel in Rome. I found a website introducing the Camplido Wedding Town Hall on the Capitoline Hill, it's really beautiful! Do you have any information about it (e.g. address)? And do you know what kind of information should be provided??

Million thanks!!


Re: Wedding in Rome

by abarbieri

It is called the "Sala Rossa" (the Red Room) and yes you are right, it is really beautiful. It is located right at the top of the Capitoline Hill (Campidoglio in Italian) but you can get married there only on week-ends.
I have a tip about wedding in Rome in my Rome travel pages. Here is the link:


Travel Tips for Rome

Les Bons et Mauvais Empereurs.

by breughel

On peut être indifférent à l'histoire de l'antiquité romaine (mais alors pourquoi se taper Rome?) et ne pas pouvoir échapper à la rencontre avec les empereurs romains dans cette ville truffée de monuments, de forums, de statues à la gloire de ces empereurs.
Très rapidement le touriste se rendra compte qu'il y a les bons et les mauvais, même des empereurs "fous".
Une petite liste peut se révéler utile à s'y retrouver parmi les quatre-vingt "Augustes" sans compter les usurpateurs.

Bien connus pour leurs dérèglement psychiatriques sont :
Caligula, Néron et le moins connu Elegabalus.
Parmi les féroces les historiens peu impartiaux de l'époque romaine citent Domitien. Le personnage était brutal mais ne manqua pas d'efficacité. Ce qui fut également le cas de Dioclétien.

Parmi les meilleurs on classe généralement:
Octave Auguste, qui régna 41 ans,
Vespasien "l'empereur du bon sens" selon l'historien L. Homo.
Trajan (le premier empereur non italien, né en Espagne),
Hadrien, Marcus Aurelius, Antonin le Pieux.

Entre ces extrêmes il y eut une catégorie d'empereurs efficaces tels que Tibère, Nerva, Constantin I, Claudius un excellent administrateur mais qui eut pour épouse la dangereuse Messaline.

La plupart des empereurs romains moururent de mort violente. Le job n'était pas de tout repos et n'était pas fait pour les enfants de chœur.

The small differences stand out

by craic

Because this experience was so familiar to us - almost exactly the same - just re tuned to Italian - we noticed the small differences.
My husband kept picking people. "He's a strapper. He's a colourful racing identity. He's a punter."
My daughter commented she was surprised at the standard. It was like a country race track. Not a big classy metropolitan track.
And she noticed the different whip technique the jockeys used. She said something like -"They must be only allowed to use their stick every three strides."
They didn't seem to be - 'riding the horse out.'
I noticed - no women jockeys or trainers or strappers. None. But then Italy, as my local friend has commented, is the land feminism forgot.
And I noticed - and it was like seeing an immutable law not working - no clerk of the course in a pink (red) coat on a grey horse leading the runners out onto the course.
Jocks with bolshie horses got no help. They just had to help themselves.
We wanted to have a flutter but there didn't seem to be bookies (another difference) and the betting all seemed to be computerised - so we let it go.
A great day out. Though the weather wasn't great.
I think the Ippodromo must be near the Ciampino aerodromo because Ryanjets kept lobbing in low over the field.
We went for a wander and found the old derelict grandstand covered with wisteria. Slowly becoming an ancient monument. And the stables where the Italian racehorses are kept.


by MakSwitzerland

if you rent a car in rome just DON'T rent your car by maggiore rent-a-car company. they cheated us. we got a car with a half-full tank. as we returned our car we filled the tank 3/4 full (means paid 20 EUR extra) and wrote a notice that we had received half-full tank in the beginning. never the less they charged our credit card with 50 EUR extra. So we paid 70 EUR more than we thought. we protested by mail, but they just said, they won't pay us anything back.
This company is crap. If you want to get know Italian inefficiency and bureaucracy - go to maggiore.

What you absolutely must do...

by Snoekie

What you absolutely must do when you go to Rome is have dinner on Piazza Navona. This is a beautiful square with fountains and a lot of terraces outside. I could sit here for ages watching the people go by.

Throw a coin into the fountain

by BorneoGrrl

Have you watched that film, "Three Coins in the Fountain"? Well, even if you didn't I'm sure you know that visitors to Rome would throw a coin into the fountain for good luck that they may return to Rome again. Even if you're not superstitious, go ahead and sit with the fountain behind you and throw a coin over your shoulder and into the water.


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