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The first weekday in Rome! Before class, the plan for today's agenda was to pick up our own monthly metro card down at one of the metro stations as well as get our SIM cards for our Italian phones. We got to do this all on our own which was both exciting and a little nerve racking. None of the employees through the encounter spoke that much English, so it was really relying on the main words to communicate. These two purchases required a passport in order to buy ...
... a selfie!) I then grabbed a taxi (15€) to go meet Ken and Kristina at the Coliseum. They had to take their tour already so I went in and ran around for 35 minutes, snapping pictures and videos like a mad man. We then hit all those attractions above. It was actually a very hot and by the end of seeing all those, it started to rain and sunset came. For me, if I can't get a good picture of it, the moment isn't quite the ...
... we enjoy the little streets full of restaurants and bars with tables full of people on the narrow pavements. On top of a long flight of steps we catch sight of the the dome at St.Peters Basilica, it looks spectacular lit up. Time to get back to the hotel and we decide to get a taxi but as Jon has taken the card with the address of the hotel out of the bag we get him to drop us off at the Colosseum and we walk from there. We're all knackered, it's nearly midnight, pleased to get to ...
... full price ticket that includes the Colosseum as well which had visited the previous day as well. No matter the walk around the Palatine hill was interesting and it was a good thing to do before the day heated up. Robyn was disappointed that we could not see Circus Maximus from Palatine Hill due to restoration and digging and closure of the Palatine museum. We ended up taking an different exit to the Colosseum and walked across the Circus Maximus which didn't have ...
... couple—it was their first trip to Italy and Eileen especially was so excited. Both of them laughed loudly and often! I loved how they would always keep a look out for the other; always knew where the other one was at in the crowd of the tour.
I talked with Sandy and Sharon, sisters from Hawaii, for a while. This was their first tour although they've done some traveling before. Sharon traveled all over western Europe twenty-eight years ago, taking the train and ...