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... show, and not jerry built as they have been in use ever since. It was a bit disappointing as only one hall was on show so I went on to the national roman museum, both are really yards from the hotel. This was better although I'm already slightly fed up with imperial busts and ball ...
Woke up and had breakfast then got ready to begin our free day. We walked to the Stasa Cafe (a place Tori found in the travel book). It was a place locals go and it was fabulous- sat outside and enjoyed cappuccino, coffee, and Nutella filled croissant (so much Nutella)!
Then we walked to Borghese Gardens and enjoyed more breathtaking views- from one view we saw much of the city including the Basilica.
... under the armpit of a solid, 6' 3" bloke who was unimpressed and saying so. I caught some language not heard since High School days in multicultural Melbourne on the soccer pitch, but she carried on regardless - and scored a seat from someone more helpful (so nyaaah, you big shifty!). We then readied ourselves for the next train, and while less full it had a touch of Perth about it...40 people around the doors in an unwelcome group hug. Blow this, I charged through to make ...
... could seem to form was 'oh my God' or a much less eloquent 'holy ****!' it was that beautiful. In my defense, one of the boys on our tour was discussing a whole plan of what it would be like to host a rave in there, and surely that's gotta be more sacrilegious.
Then it was time to make our way to the Colosseum for the next tour, with a long detour due to Italians all giving us opposing directions and public transport advice, as well as ...
... they are so silly, and the men wearing them so serious that it's hard not to laugh. We got some pics from the front of the Basilica (which I'll send later) and walked to the Metro to head home. It was a fabulous and exhausting day, but we can't stop now. We on our way to Naples, where we'll check in to the hotel and spend the afternoon at the Archaeological Museum, get some pizza for dinner, and then spend tomorrow in Pompeii! More to come... ...