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... a "bull-dog fighter" (man in cape fighting pet dog with a bull-horn headband on) and a juggler to name but two. Feeling adequately refreshed, we head off to see more of the city. After another wander through the streets, we spend a little time on the beach, where again there is a lot going on, including an announcement that the lifeguard has finished for the day and if in difficulty to dial 112! We rest here for a bit before embarking on our return journey. It is not as difficult ...
... they cost a bit more. The line was huge even in the rain and we walked straight through!
Inside the colosseum was very impressive and you could walk right around it on the first and second floor. The floor was gone so you could also see the little tunnels which would have originally been under the floor to hold the gladiators and animals. It was crazy reading about how many people and animals had been killed there and how people watched it for fun! Though I guess its ...
... it felt like a game of chase to see if we could out walk the tour group so we didn't get stuck behind 30 people taking up the whole walk way! Definitely way to many tour groups! The Sistine chapel was gorgeous but they kept corralling everyone inside probably about 300+ people into a tiny little room and everyone was just standing around! It was really claustrophobic with so many people! St Peters Basilica ...
... In Greece all shops had signs telling buyers that they didn't have to pay until they'd been given an invoice. We figured that was in aid of consumer tax collection rather than consumer protection. Pedestrian crossings in Rome are points at which you can chose to die crossing instead of doing it at random locations. The Romans stop short of running you down on the crossings, but even when using crossing lights they will drive through and shave your front or back as you ...
... economic transactions, kind of like a city center today. The forum was surrounded by enormous buildings that ranged from tombs and, just a short walk away, the palace. In all, seeing the ruins of the city was really eye opening. The use of marble was incredible. Everything from pillars to replacement stones in the walkways were made of carved marble. From the roman forum we walked through the city in search of a ...
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