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We arrive in Rome, and go through customs. A quick baggage claim pick-up and an exit out the terminal doors and we take a taxi to our apartment with a few other girls that were in the same program as us. The taxi-cab seemed sketch because of the way they approached the girls when asking for a ride. But after talking to a couple other people, I told …
... there by himself while Traci, Kate and Roy enjoyed the warmth of the house. Nathan kept it up for about 15 minutes but the cold did get to him and he moved back inside, but not before some funny looks from people walking past and seeing this crazy Aussie eating olives and cheese sitting out in the cold by himself singing off key Italian tunes!
We had another great day today and tomorrow we are looking forward to exploring more of what Rome has to offer.
... Basilica we slowly made our way back towards the hotel.
On Simone's advice, we found a Trattoria with tables outside that were rickety because the sat on the cobblestones and had another delicious meal. This time it was traditional Italian pasta.
The diet starts tomorrow.
After our leisurely meal we walked the last couple of streets back to the hotel and headed for bed.
Tomorrow is a bigger day of walking and sightseeing.
There is a saying: 'Her smile, I am sure, burnt Rome to ground'. Powerful and precise, few people have gone into fallen city of the gladiators and have left without a smile of awe and untainted admiration for its memoir.
On our second day we had to do what tourists do in Rome- see the Colloseum and all it’s glory of the Roman Forum.
Its skeletal structure may not look like much in comparison to the years ...
... You can’t walk down within the site but there are walkways pretty much all the way around it. The Trajan Markets contained offices (at least a hundred), halls, shops, and taverns. You can see walls, parts of walls, some columns, even some floor tile (somehow that makes it feel especially real, the black and white floor tiles!). I walked up around the back side (climbed a bit of the Quirinale Hill) and then down some stairs (the same stairs I had to climb on my way to ...