One of the exits from the amphitheatre, the walk out today leads to this : Imagine having your morning coffee in that little balcony every day, looking at the entrance to an historic stage…..
A piece of the actual wall with fresco, so beautifully restored.
Views of the Caldarium, the hot bath. The Roman system for heating the room was ingenious, a great example of how ancient engineers solved problems that we struggle with even today. For details you can check out Wikipedia
Don’t I wish I had clicked the front of this house as well? Don’t you?
A steep incline but the building reminded me of “Full House”. 🙂
Each door as bewitching as the last…..this one overlooked some Roman ruins in a grassy pit right in front of the house…
I didn’t find one with flowers in it, but this was arresting enough for me..
The same house from Pt. 1, from another angle.
This is in response to Kritika’s Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge. Thank you, for giving me this challenge, you know how crazy silly I am for such things. 😀 The challenge is – “Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem … Continue reading
In case you’re wondering why I’m posting one pic at a time, I’m editing them and posting immediately and I like posting them this way, so you can see them, instead of glancing over them all. Feel free to miss a few if you’d like though. 🙂