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... theater and a giant renovation project of the Portico d'Ottavia (Octavia's Porch). On a side note, when I googled how to spell the portico name, I found out that there used to be a restaurant serving Jewish food on NYC's East Side called Octavia's Porch. Interesting.
On to the Colosseum. We had seen it from various distances every day here so far, but had not quite made it inside. Today was the last day of our 3-day Roma pass ...
... roman graffiti which said "Peter is here". We were able to see the markings listing Peter's remains! There were 7 other people on the private tour with us. It was fascinating and found it overwhelming as a Catholic and being 3 feet away from such a historical figure! We would like to note, we were the fittest in the group. How the overweight guy with the cane, and the hacking cough made it under all the overhangs, ...
... then I like to get out my cash, preferably an amount close the stated value but slightly less, and offer what I have (e.g. Item marked for 55, I pull out 40 and ask if that would be ok). I’m trying to make it look like I only have 40 in cash on my person and therefore, I cannot offer more that way I can avoid insulting the person with my price. This of course requires you to keep money in different places in different increments. You can’t pull out a ...
... one with olives and artichokes and prosciutto. There was a group of 3 or 4 musicians that played and sang right there by our café—mostly American pop songs. I noticed later that they moved from café to café along the Piazza.
After dinner, we walked a couple blocks and found a taxi to take us back to the hotel. By this time it was about 9 PM and I was ready to call it a day! We have a really early wake up call for our last full day in Rome and on the tour.
There are a lot of interesting and individual cities in the world - cities like Sydney. But there are also some great cities in the world - cities that effortlessly rise above the others. London is one and so is Paris, but the two cities that do it for me are New York and Rome. And for Rome there is a saying that 'the world's heart beats in Rome'. I know that saying - I just made it up! But it sums it up. As 'mio fratello Geoffrey' ...