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... of years ago. Palentine Hill and the Roman Forum are the most preserved areas, but it's still hard to imagine how great the city was so many years ago.
After our stroll throughout the ruins, we headed to the Campo de'Fiori for some shopping! Along the way, we stopped to see the fountain at the Spanish Steps and similar to two other fountains that we visited, it was dried up and closed for repairs. Oh well, I ...
... being Chinese New Year) and some pears.
Following the map, we followed the northern flank of Circus Maximus, around Palatine Hill and the forums towards the Colosseum. We passed under the Arch of Constantine, made our way through the hawkers peddling tacky souvenirs of Rome, went past actors dressed in Roman soldier regalia. The Colosseum is an immense building.. One can only imagine what it may have looked like if it's outermost was were still intact. The line to get ...
... cookies. At the Pontifical North American College they have an "American Store". This is where the Navy ships them things that you cannot find that easily in Rome e.g. peanut butter, Lucky Charms, and Head & Shoulder shampoo. The cookies were pretty good. After dinner we headed outside and around the corner to Casa per Ferie Santa Maria alle Fornaci. Deacon Taylor and Jesus Josh were performing adoration for us and the public. It was an hour ...
... a square we saw a tram stop so we decided to catch a tram, just because we had not used the trams so far. After a few stops we got off and transferred to the Metro and went to St. Paul's station. This journey was so that we could visit St. Paul's Without the Walls. Before we entered we had a late lunch sitting in the square looking at the side of the church near one of the historic roads of Rome, the Via Ostiense. After our break we went round to the front ...
... turned around, refueled, and headed out again things went smoothly for her. Seeing her walk off the plane, while way delayed, was well worth the wait. We hopped in a bus back to the center of Rome and headed to her hotel to get her all settled in. We grabbed dinner at a little café (pizza and lasagna) and explored a little bit, but called it an early night to get ready for everything I had planned for Saturday.
I still don’t know the city too well, ...