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... are magnificent, with multiple altars, numerous sculptures and pieces of art work leave you overwhelmed. The pure size of the forecourt is both mammoth and stunning. Monuments and museums such as the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are among the world's most visited tourist destinations with both locations receiving millions of tourists a year.
The he tour through the Colosseum and Forum were challenging due to the heat, the ruggedness of ...
... Side note: my camera zoom is amazing!
The tour was supposed to start at 1:30, but when we got to the meeting location the guide hadn't showed up by 1:40. Luckily, some other members of the group said they received emails saying the time had been moved so we waited until 2. We were less than happy, but since I had already paid we were definitely staying. As annoying as that was, it was ...
... in some amazing architecture along the way before finally - The Colosseum. Wow is the only way I can describe it. The ruins of the Colosseum are almost as impressive as how the building would have looked in ancient times and I could imagine all the stands, thousands of people and the Gladiators fighting to the death in the middle. It truly was a sight to behold. That afternoon was the optional excursion so after a short break back at the hotel we again headed back ...
... pictures of Rome and Venice up but it's been really **** for a few days now so sorry. Love to your all xxxx Boy: I've decided that I need at least another ten days in Rome to satisfy my historical urges of battles, emperors, gruesome deaths and unicorns. I threw unicorns in for good measure the Romans never invented them they have always been in narnia. Bad jokes aside, we have had 2 day of the most memorable tours and experiences ever. ...
... outside and inside the walls of Rome!
We thought it interesting that our final night in Roma was in an Episcopal church! We finished out evening with a wonderful supper at a basement taverna around the corner from our Campo pension. We strolled the Campo slowly hand in hand before going to bed. Thank you, good friend, for such a great night! Thank you Lord, for allowing us to come to Rome in the footsteps of your servant Paul.