A Testaccio da Max B&B
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... clock and headed straight to the Roman a Forum to buy our tickets for the day. The lady at the hostel suggested buying your ticket at the Forum as the line is a lot shorter and the ticket covers all three sites for the day, the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and of course the Colosseum. The ticket cost €12 each which we both thought was very reasonable and made our way inside the Roman Forum to explore. The Roman Forum is ...
... one who's on the trip with her boyfriend (therefore not around much), and the other who is sweet and knows some Italian which is priceless at this point in my stay.
Tomorrow I have orientation for classes, where I'll get to meet everyone who's studying with me! V excited! I need to wash up and go to bed now. Nice tangent Ri.
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... flowers. Femurs and shoulder blades, when stacked together, make some very interesting patterns. There was some symbolism on the walls with one showing a Roman watch (hourglass) with wings on it showing that time flies while you’re on earth. And another clock with no hands on it supposedly showing that the afterlife is eternal. No photos were allowed, otherwise, I’d have hundreds. I found the crypt fascinating. They even brought some dirt in from Jerusalem and ...
... but not nearly as many as will come later when open to the public. Because it was such a dark cloudy day, the colors of the magnificent ceiling painted by Michelangelo in 1535 were a bit muted, but still breathtaking. Benches allowed one to be more comfortable in a sitting position with neck craned back to get the best views. Our very excited guide took us to the back of the chapel when he saw a priest unlocking a door. When it opened ...