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... margherita pizza (cheese pizza), and a soda....all for 7 euros!!!
Afterward, we bought 2 euros worth of wine (what a friggin steal).
I then went for a casual night time run with Sarah and my other roommate Christine to the Colosseum and back (which we figured out was a total of 4.6 miles). It's even more beautiful at night time. We have decided to make it a nightly excursion.
Caio for ...
... Amazing sculptured and Michelangelo's statue of Mary and Jesus is very impressive. Took some photos in St Peters square but the crows just went forever. One street seller trying to sell us a ticket for something said the wait to but tickets was 5 hours! Lucky our group just walked straight in. After we then headed off with a small group to find some lunch. We stayed with the group most of the day, caught the metro back into the city where ...
... and about midway up, was a row of about 20 Corinthian columns. In the centre was the Goddess of Rome and either side of her, a large bas relief showing sculpted scenes of blacksmiths, grape harvesting, romans and chariots, etc. It must be one of the most stunning buildings in Rome. We were looking at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier!
From here it was a 2 minute walk to the Colosseum. "Wow!" - yet another massive undertaking and only 9 ...
Today was a busy day on our tour. In the morning we visited the Vatican and Sistine Chapel. In the afternoon we saw Tivoli Fountain, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. In the evening we saw the Spanish Steps and then a meal in a restaurant with the tour group. In the morning we leave for ...
... degrees and Hell. We decided that it may be better to find another attraction to visit!
On the way we stopped at a little “café de wheels” and I bought some lunch, we met a guy
called Michael who was an American lawyer and we had a nice chat about the surf
beaches of eastern Oz.
Leaving the gardens area we stumbled across “Snob Motel Valley” and followed the winding
course of Via Vittoria Veneto, where ...