L'incanto di Roma B&B
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... VIP. These seats were for the Emperor, his family, the senate and the vestalvirgins. Everyone else sat higher up and at the very top is where servants and women sat.
Being inside the Colosseum was incredible. There was an exhibit set up along the halls of the 2nd level with artifacts from when the Colosseum was being used. From the things they found they were able to discover that the Romans had concession stands utensils similar ...
Walk to pantheon for piadina colazione. visti to pantheon. Walks Back via very busy gelateria with 150 flavours. Stop in paper shop to but note lets then stop in front of butcher shop selling suckling pig.... Walk back to hotel. Then out to burgher pm. Walking through ...
... so when we went through, we only had to show our passports and flight ticket, ( there should be more like it, it was so easy). It was a beautiful day about 35 degrees, we just walk straight through customs, know one even look at us,( I don't know that that is a good sign). We organised a driver to pick us up at the air port, which was great it took all the stress out of our journey to Villa Magnolia Relais. We found the driver ...
... tours and packages. For 28 euro we get entry into the coliseum with a guide and a guided tour of near by Palestine hill and an over view of the Roman forum. Sounded pretty good and plus it meant we avoided the horrendous line that there was to enter the coliseum. Or guide started telling us all the history behind it and what not. We had a stupid German family complaining the whole time because they only had a couple of hours and needed the tour to go faster, seriously ...
We begin the morning tour by meeting our guide, Claudia, in a small piazza above the Metro stop near the Colosseum. Claudia gives our group a general orientation and leads us across the street to the main entry point for the Colosseum. The proper name for this structure is the Flavian Amphitheater, but the locals of the time gave it the nickname "Colosseum" because of its proximity to a 100 ft. tall (colossus) bronze statue of ...
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