Arco del Lauro
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... in 1506. It is meant to be built on the site of the tomb of the apostle Peter; to the Catholics he was the first Pope.
The longest line of people on earth was waiting to visit the Basilica, so we decided not to go in.
I was disappointed, but did not want to wait all day to go in. The Square was bustling with people, horses and carts, and souvenir stalls proliferating in all things Catholic. The buildings and the queue of people had us ...
Today to start the day we put together whatever was left in the fridge for breakfast. Some raspberries, some salami, some cheese. The works. After breakfast we had another try at going in to the under grounds of the Colosseum... And failed. We were told to come back again early tomorrow and we may be able to get tickets. So we went to ...
... let's just say it was complicated!
Once we reached the hotel, we were immediately greeted by our tour director, Bern. A lady with cool spunky hair and spoke with a British/Australian accent lady. I liked her instantly. Later that evening, we met the rest of the group members whom we later spent the next 12 days traveling together within Europe. Everyone introduced themselves and got to know each other over ...
... a police officer who does the ticket/passport check and looks in your bag. Then you are in!
The atmosphere was great. There were drummers playing outside and people everywhere. We found our seats, in the Tribuna Trevere stand, right on the goal line. Great views. There were quite a few tourists in this area. At either end of the ground the fantatical fans sit. They were already there an hour before the game, waving flags and making plenty of noise. ...
... a trendy little neighborhood about ten minutes' walk away. The restaurant we picked was, I think, British - Pimm's Good Food. I had some cheesy gnocchi again - my go-to pasta dish here - and then we walked over to Piazza Navona. The plan was to sit down for a drink, but we were all wiped and decided to walk back for an early night's rest.
There comes a point in every vacation where you're tired of traveling, you're tired of doing and ...