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... we couldn't see the whole thing.
After the fountain, we walked to the Pantheon which is nestled in between buildings. So, you're walking past all sorts of souvenir shops & restaurants then BAM there it is! Here is what wikipedia says about the Pantheon: "The Pantheon is a building in Rome, Italy, on the site of an earlier building commissioned by Marcus Agrippa during the reign of Augustus
(27 BC – 14 AD). The present building ...
... wall as he did ten years ago! As we walked the city we were awestruck at how much of the old empire still remains. Parks and walls still remain and excavation is constantly underway. We even heard that construction of new buildings is often halted because new ruins are uncovered during the building process causes the builder to abandon construction at that site! The city only has two Metro lines (subway) because of ...
... a quiet and respectful serenity about being there. We arrived quiet late in the afternoon and the line ups were massive.
We have loved our time in Rome, the city, all the history, the walking, the shopping, the train travelling with onboard entertainment, todays was a piano accordion and another was a saxophonist - we must say NO more pizza though !!
Next stop & last country - Greece
... and the old ancient buildings in Rome are incredible. It's hard to believe they are still standing after all this time! The great Pantheon was included into the tour but unfortunately wasn't open due to the holiday. I definitely will be back before we leave!! The tour finished and we were both starving so we went and found somewhere to have dinner straightaway. I had a delicious seafood pasta with fresh mussels, clams and prawns. So good! We took the ...
... they were just a big set of steps. Which is what they were.
So, by the end of our trip, we managed to brighten our image of Rome somewhat. I still can't say I'd ever return, unless Regina wanted to, just because there was so much hassle involved with simply moving around. But a tip--what we discovered on Saturday afternoon, after the Vatican, was something you'll want to remember if you ever go: ...