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... public holiday so public transport is reduced. When a bus arrives it is packed with people right to the doors and we don't have a shot of getting on and miss our arranged tour.
On a brighter note we get to spend the rest of the day with a friend from our trip - Amelia. We wander and see the Spanish steps and some markets before calling it a day. I spend an hour by the pool before it closes ridiculously early at 7pm.
Hopefully we will have better luck ...
... huge awnings that covered all of seats for two reasons. Reason one: for shade. Reason two: to create and control drafts in the Colosseum to circulate air to help with the stench. There were 230 trained sailors that controlled the awnings on a daily basis.
-The ‘Grande Opening" of the Colosseum was commemorated by having 100 days of events. In the first 100 days 9,000 gladiators and several thousand animals died. It is believed that over ...
... upon Antico Furno del Ghetto, a deli-like place and an offshoot of Antico Forno Roscioli that I read about in my Walking Rome book. I (accidentally) ordered several slices of the pizza Bianca—flatbread brushed with extra virgin olive oil and seasoned with sea salt. Accidentally, because I just pointed to what the previous customer had ordered—ha! I ate it (all) later for dinner and it was amazing! Crunchy but soft, savory and salty—yum!
... was pretty spectacular to see how it looked on the inside. Half of it had collapsed in an earthquake how ever many years ago and some of it has been restored since then. But I ain't no history teacher. I just took some sick pictures and some selfies also. By the time I took photos it was really freakishly hot. We then walked through the ridiculous heat to see some meeting place where Caesar was killed. Then back into the trains to head to the ...
Our last day in Rome before heading back home to Perth. We didn't have any real plans, but to walk the streets. We went over to Campo di Fiori and checked out the markets and the area around there.There are some different little shops and a fantastic bakery. We had a little bit of lunch and kept walking, crossing over the river to the Trastavere area.
We came across a bus that was trying to reverse around a corner and up a street. It was a big tourist bus in a little street, with ...
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