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... and walked straight through! It was great! The Colosseum is a very impressive construction, and it was explained that the parts that are missing are due to being taken to build other buildings in previous centuries. After wandering around the Colosseum I headed to the Roman Forum and Palantine Hill. The rujns that remain there are amazing in the way they were constructed and the amount of detail that went into them.
That afternoon I went ...
... you think about until you arrive. We arrived in Rome and checked into the same hotel as the ladies for the next three nights, just near the Vatican. They had spent the last day and half in the air so were resting. We had a great catchup and were surprised when conversing with Norma of how many of areas we had visited over the last 2 months she had passed through when backpacking about 30 years previous, who knew we had such a cool auntie. We had a local dinner not too far ...
... I was thinking fondly of my grandparents who would have loved this opportunity. Remembering Dad especially on this Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, we know he was smiling down on us! After Gelato on the way home, we succumbed to the Riposo for the first time:) We felt refreshed for our afternoon tour with Fr. ...
For our third day in Rome we planned to visit the Capitoline Museum in the morning and meet up with a friend we meet on a tour in Thailand. The museum was great, it had number of excellent historical Roman and Greek sculptures. It also had a Michelangelo exhibition on at the time which meant they had shipped in his sculptures from other museums for display. No photos however. There was also an exact replica of David in the court yard (not the real thing ...
... I could *************e foot in front of the other. It’s an amazing space. Now how many indulgences did the popes sell to pay for this?
So after this 5 hour tour, I was grateful we had the happy mistake of going on our walking ghost tour last night. No way could we have walked for another hour and a half tour. John talked our way into a swanky restaurant near our apt. that we wanted to try. The Americans ...