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... just there. We moved on to the Colosseum. I had been in a similar size Colosseum in Pula last year but had not gathered much information as Pula as not all that well known and attracts relatively few visitors compared to Rome. The Roman Colosseum is very large, it is hard to imagine what took place for over 500 years or more as they specialised in fighting with animals. Originally these arenas’s had wooden floors covered in sand. A new part had been constructed in order ...
... especially two greenhorn Aussie females. Outside the Pantheon there were two costumed roman warriors fleecing those that have their photo taken with them, well 20 euros lighter later lesson learned!!! Then a further wander on, mind you with chaos and tour groups taking up every space we reach a very large space called Piazza Navona where we rested up drinking Mary-Liz 's new best friend the Speitzer. Next stop on the magical mystery tour is a space ...
Early start today to catch the metro in with the group to head to the Vatican! Metro was easier than I thought and got there pretty quickly. Had an Italian tour guide take us through and we all wore headsets so he just spoke into his little microphone so we didn't have to huddle. Seen a bit of the ancient museum, apparently their is three days worth so not much at all though. Was quieter than usual he said so that was a bonus but it was ...
... of this beautiful piece of art. It was a little crowded when we went (although to be fair, since the Pope is going to be speaking in Rome pretty soon the entire city is packed with people) so we didn't stay for long. However, it was fun! On our walk to the Trevi Fountain though, we did run across some street performers and artists. I got to spend some time with birds while a friend got a palm reading. And, of course, we've been consuming gelato at least ...
... the flesh, but today was not the day.....or so we thought!!!
As it was nearly 3pm, we decided to slowly make our way back to the station. We were probably within 500m of the station, when we noticed there was no traffic in the Via del Corso, the main street. This seemed a little unusual but we thought maybe they had closed the streets for Xmas shopping. Half way up, we needed to cross a fairly large street to reach the station but ...