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We got our **** together nice and early and headed of on our Segway tour. Segway are toes new two wheeled contraptions that you see getting around. I honestly thought that someone was going go **** up but after ten minutes training we were whizzing around Rome like Cadel Evans in the Tour de France. We got to the colosseum and it is still as awe …
... everybodies driving abilities.
It is certainly an interesting and super fun contraption.
Rome also felt extremely safe. There were police or soldiers at every tourist site.
We loved all parts of Rome, even if it was a little hot.
It was a great ending to mainland Europe.
It is time to say Arrivederci to Italy and Yassas to the Greek Islands.
... because I don't want to ramble, and as I said earlier, this is an experience that really can't even be explained! It is something I am so blessed to have been able to partake in. Hope this explained somewhat decently what we saw today! Oh and after the tour, totally different not, we got gelato at Old Bridge Gelateria which was just a cherry on top! We are headed to Assisi this weekend for more amazing adventures!
Until next time,
... which are pretty incredible places that I wish we could have spent more time in (guess that means I'll just be back eh?), and we were there until the guards kicked us out as it was. The great thing I think about the way we structured our day was we were in the forum at sunset, and the lighting on the buildings was extra incredible, plus the place was relatively quiet and so it was easy to transport myself back through time for a few seconds. I'll probably ...
... Roman records were kept.
Wow, within 45 minutes we had moved from 21st century to looking at ruins from 200 BC!!
We walked down to a viewing area that overlooked Ancient Rome ruins that are walled off and require paid admission. Looking down and across this amazing site, with our guide book in hand, we tried to identify where various structures might have been located. While there are some buildings either in tact, restored or in some state of ...