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... From the view I could admire the magnificent views of the Roman Forum and Nero's Circus Maximus where chariot races were held. Our last stop on my private walking tour was a stroll along the Via Sacra or 'Sacred Way', the main path through the Roman Forum that was used for triumphal processions. After the tour was completed I parted ways with the tour guide and headed back to my hotel. Wow what an experience I can't believe I walked in the Colosseum! ...
... unable to sleep, and soon the concept of no personal space in Europe made itself known...but it was finally time to check in for our flight to Rome, so that's what we did.
The flight to Rome was very uncrowded, quiet, and we all managed to nap a little, arriving in Rome feeling much better but still a but zombie-ish. The plane, however, was a bit rickety...grinding, whining, squeaking, struggling along. ...
... way. After a stop for a drink, we find our way back to the Victor Emmanuel II memorial (which Amanda, our new friend from yesterday, calls "the typewriter building"), and prepare to branch off on one last short shopping street. However a few spots of rain soon change our mind, and as we have no umbrellas with us today we dash for the nearest cab — which are a reasonable price here — and head ...
... and landed in our hotel at 1pm. It only took us 24 hours to get here. I didn't sleep very well on the ferry, but we headed off on a walking tour with Prof D at 3. We hit all the good stuff and were back in our rooms by 10. I slept very well.
... fully flowing underground river that was pretty unusual.
I wanted to try and avoid museums full of roman frescoes and marble statuesand classic art today, I think the vatican wore me out a bit. Caught the metro from the basilica at the south end of town to the north at the stop for piazza del popolo. The piazza and two imposing churches were built to create an impressive entrance to Rome from the north gate and I think they do a very good job!