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... at the outside of it today, having a tour of the inside tomorrow. Saw a lot of the major sites of Rome on the way to our hotel. Took a walking tour starting at Piazza Navona to see many of the fountains and other beautiful piazzas and outdoor cafes. Also visited the Pantheon and went inside. Impressive building. Walked past the Trevi Fountain which unfortunately is under renovation. Could still see most of it but there wasn't ...
... I spent a good hour in the park nearby some of the ruins for a rest and a read, but then it started to get dark and I was meeting the other two at a Music bar/venue type place.
I still had an hour to kill, so walked to tiburtina through some pretty dodgy looking areas. Geraint is in a brass street band called titubanda, and they meet at this place called Strike S.P.A. its a really interesting space full of graffiti and interesting ...
... with its reliquaries, tombs, frescoes, gilded ceilings and ancient relics.
We left the Colosseum and walked around Capitol Hill the centre of the city's public life in ancient times, dating back to Imperial Age. Walking through these ancient ruins of the Roman Forum, from one Temple to another and another, totally astounded by these enormous monument remains.
We walked and walked through streets of ancient marvelous ruins, the Piazza del Campidoglio ...
... painted there today. The guy with the snake tail wrapped around his body in the bottom right is the cardinal. I’m not sure which one it is, but it definitely looks like a portrait of someone)
From there we made a BIG circle and came back to the start of the tour. We went through the rooms with our head phone (yes, singular head phone) listening to Eva describe the priceless works of art. My favorite was the mile stone column used as a mile marker from Rome. ...
... were starting to lift a giant Christmas tree into place. We then headed back to where we were staying and headed off to get the train to the airport. The train was much slower than the train to Naples (it almost felt like we weren't moving). EasyJet. Based on the television programme of several years ago, we expected drama - and there wasn't any! We booked our bag (Ian's backpack), carried our other bags ...