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... down the aisle to look at tickets or PNR numbers and if you don’t have one, you can buy one at the time.
They travel at about 150 miles an hour, or a little faster, at top speed. And on all but our first trip, we had great internet connection. It beats the hassle of the airport and when in another country, it beats the hassle of renting a car, trying to read the signs in Italian, etc.
We were able to catch a beautiful sunset out ...
Porta Portense, a little way to the southern part of the city, two Metro stops below the Colosseum, (where we helped a Middle Eastern couple find their way to St Peters, carefully omitting the queue time) is supposed to be the biggest flea market in Rome. It probably is, in terms of numbers of stalls, but as far as variety goes, hmmmm I think it was the same ten stalls repested many times. The bridge on the way over the Tiber is littered with ...
... themselves they are so big) are still standing, which is mind boggling seeing they are over 1,000 years old! This concluded our 4 hour tour, which we followed by food, gelato, and 4 more hours of class.
I cannot wait to see what the rest of the week has in store for me, and the rest of the month. Each day is filled with something so exciting and new, and I cannot wait to see what awaits me.
... collection. Along the way we passed and interesting greenery clad building with its own living green curtain across the street - pic attached. The Palazzo/Gallery was an interesting collection of old masters - some famous, some not so much - with the obligatory marble sculptures, all housed in a huge and slightly tired palazzo. Worth a visit and a break from the busy Via del Corso where it is to be found. Having done with the Doria we wandered along the ...
... along the streets. The Trevi Fountain is packed so I don't spend long there instead follow the signs to the Pantheon. I've been really looking forward to seeing it again as it is the main reason I wanted to come back to Rome. I think it is the most beautiful and awesome building I've ever seen. I'm not disappointed! The columns on it's portico are enormous and walking inside I'm struck by it's sheer size and beauty. I love the geometry and precision ...