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... terrace and soaked up all the knowledge I could. We then grabbed some pizza and headed through the Piazza Navano to the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, staples of Rome tourist attractions and the crowds did not disappoint. Packed in there like sardines but was still able to get a few pics of course and Brian and I tossed a coin into the fountain for good luck. Our next stop was the Roman forum and Colosseum which, despite all the scaffolding and work being done on them, ...
... last time we saw guys like this - gladiators, floating men, and silver giants were among the many street performers we saw roaming about various tourist destinations.
After we finished checking out the obelisk we were about to enter the Pantheon when Noel noticed she misplaced her bag (we had gotten her a go phone before starting our tour) and so we had to run back to the bar to grab it. The man gave us a knowing smile when we walked in and gave it back to ...
... area overlooks the Forum; it had stopped raining by this time and I got some good pictures from this different vantage point.
I had started at the Palazzo dei Conservatori and now, through an underground tunnel (where fittingly are displayed headstones with translated inscriptions), the museum continues into the Palazzo Nuovo. I think this side might have been my favorite (apart from the thunder in the window room!). It houses a large collection of ...
... our short audio tour of the place and learned about the shows that were held there. We had tried to book a tour for the underground of the Colosseum, but it was full. I thought it would have been more interesting to see the actual rooms where the lions, gladiators and props of scenery were kept in between shows. We walked across the street to visit the Palatino grounds and here is was much less crowded with a huge ...
... tunnels etc where slaves would ensure the smooth running of the villa.
It is a MUST see if you are ever in Rome. Its an amazing place and we didn't even see it all.
Our next stop was the Villa D'Este or Tivoli gardens, up in the hills above Hadrian's Villa. Although the gardens were built 1500 years later, the Cardinal who built them has many parts of Hadrian's Villa in his estate. It was called recycling in the day, but it basically amounted ...