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... anti theft technology specifically for this purpose. The zipper tab hooks to the strap of my purse and that hook is covered. I felt the tug, then felt the hand as they pulled away, completely thwarted by my amazing purse! Take that pickpocketer! Why? Because 'Murica that's why!!
Anyhoo, we didn't realize that they closed the Colosseum stop and the one after it for the night. We hoped back on and made it one stop away and took the short walk over. We arrived at about 9:30 ...
... I forgot what was it...) and someone on a horse. I think I read that someone was in fact a Roman Emperor (Marco Antonio maybe) which survived because the Church thought he was some saint. If you want more details, don't ask me, ask google better...
Going down by the long stairs, we got to Piazza Venezia and it huge building.
Next to it, the Foro and the Mercati di Traiano.
... machines were being guarded by thieves who would snatch your wallet when you took it out to buy tickets. We all had to stop and reconsider our plan when suddenly the thieves were chased away by police. Then we closed in on one machine and used our group to form a wall around the ones buying tickets because the thieves were already returning. Once we had our tickets, we went down the stairs to the platform which was backed up with people. We were pretty squished for about 2 rounds ...
... stem of the steering wheel these days, as though to give it CPR. Unfortunately this never works and the poor Smartie remains mute. Maybe all of this would not have been so noticeable to me if we had not taken the decision to drive into Central Rome each day. Ok, not my decision, I am no where near that brave but as Mr B was willing and it brought us the flexibility we love, it seemed like a great idea. That was ...
... A small fortune is thrown into the fountain everyday; it is not unusual to find over 2000 Euros in the basin. The area is policed to stop thieves pinching the money, which is used to fund a supermarket for the poor. The Trevi Fountain is a fountain in the Trevi district in Rome, Italy. Standing 26.3m high and 49.15m wide, it is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world. Pre-1629 history of the aqueduct and the fountain site ...