B&B Cicerone 28
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... 6,000 people per day could bathe and recreate here. There are still a few mosaics to see on site, but mostly it is a series of towering ruins that make you shake your head at the grandeur of what this spectacle must have looked like. It's said that 13,000 slaves were used just to level the site.
Dinner was at a place near our hotel named Dilla. We enjoyed a tuna tartare and avocado appetizer. L had a salad with salmon. I had pasta ...
... shops - same things, same prices pretty much. We seemed to have lost 2 hours along the way.
Another 7 1/2 flight, more eating, drinking, clambering over another passenger to get to the toilet, eating, fidgeting, movies, leg wiggling, eating, drinking - Next stop Dubai!
Dubai stopover was over 4 hours. MORE time to wander in shops & see what bargains were to be had! Those of you who know me well will know how much ...
Today we ventured out to tour the coliseum and ancient roman ruins. Our tour guide, Barbara, made ancient Rome fun for all and was a delight to spend part of the day with. The tour began with a brief history of Rome while we stood just outside the living quarters and school where the gladiators trained. We crossed the street and entered the Coliseum, learning along the way that the brick was added to the Coliseum 200 years ago to help hold the walls up. ...
... walls and domed ceilings were amazing by Michael Angelo the tour took three hours. There were statues and roman coffins carved in marble and stone, and wonderful mosaic floors. Having information and wonder overload we headed for the cafe and a coffee. We then decided to get a bus to the Colosseum and the Forum. Mind blowing the Colosseum and the ruins, there is so much there ...
... that are 'discovered' by just poking your head around a door.
We tried to put ourselves in the day. Everything built by the Romans was so immense. Their structures towered over everything. I couldn't help but empathise for the captives or others brought to Rome. It would have been incredibly intimidating to walk through a city featuring structures of such magnitude.
So what can one say? There was a strange sense of enjoyable purpose ...