Aklesia Suite B&B - Colosseo
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... all hundreds of years old - were incredible.
We decided to get the view from the top, from both inside and outside the dome. We paid 7 euros to use the elevator but that still left 650 odd steps to go and I have to say that we felt a bit cheated. However it was well worth the effort and the view inside the dome looking down on the ants below (people) and the outside view looking over Rome was spectacular.
Having done that we decided we ...
... slow but I saw it moving across the wall. I asked the tour guide if it was a sun dial and she said it was. One more thing that was cool about the pantheon was that it was the biggest dome until the 1880s or sometime like that. I was starting to like Rome.
Today my family and I were going to go to the colosseum. For those of you who don't know the colosseum was where the gladiators fought. The Gladiators where the sports players of the ...
... people watched. The beach was not as we know it covered in stones so it was quite amusing watching beach goers hobbling along. What had me smiling the most was a family with a couple of small children who had a bucket and spade to play with, not sure how that was going to work. Back on the ferry and straight to sleep - I will never again laugh at people who fall asleep because I am now one of them! Once back at our hotel we head off for ...
... paid a little more for a fast train because it wasn’t entirely full. We were booked in a set of two chairs that were facing either other and luckily, nobody was booked to sit in the seats next to us so we ended up plunking our luggage in the chairs next to us and stuffing our carry ons where we could fit them. We just sat there hoping that there weren’t anyone coming to say the seats belonged to them and lucky for us, they did not ...
... in and every street looked so Italian that I couldn't even handle it.
Rome, as a whole, is extremely city-like. I didn't think that it would be so urban and busy, but then again I didn't know what to expect. It is fairly clean, but there is absolutely no rhyme or reason to the driving or walking of people. Everyone drives where ever they want at whatever speed they want. It was absolute madness and is entirely different than America. The cars may be small, but they ...