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... shame but Em, Kel and I went for a walk in the evening to see the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. The next morning we made a better effort and were in line for the Colosseo bright and early. One of the times the wait in line is actually justified. We were lucky enough to still have splendid weather and I managed to get sunburnt in my newly formed part. It was strange but upon entering the arena and looking down at the crumbling pillars and eroded floor it wasn’t difficult to imagine ...
... like we are in Rome in no time and our friendly host Olga’s smiling face greets us "Ciao" and shows us around the b&b. The apartment is close to the Vatican City and is walking distance to many Roman attractions. We have paid for a private room in Rome and its nice and big and modern with our own ensuite. We also get free brekkie every morning. We dump our bags and take a nap, neither of us slept well in the uncomfortable budget seats and need to energise before exploring the ...
... Grief, one of the more poignant grave markers, is particularly touching.
After spending an hour wandering around this fascinating cemetery, one of the resident guardians in the office was kind enough to call a taxi for us, which pleased the tour group no end, as the walk back home from this point would have been a 5-mile killer. Instead, we arrived home without our usual sore legs and aching feet. Today was a great finale to our sojourn in Rome!
... gave him the bus number to take. I was ever so happy to see him. After a long drink of water and a short rest we went out again. We wanted to see a few sights and walked to the Spanish stairs, which in my option can be missed. It is crowded and it's stairs and then we went to the Trevi Fountain. This is a Baroque fountain that was completed on 1762 and it was to celebrate the reopening of several aqueducts. It has 24 spouts and as you grow closer you can hear the roar of the water. ...
... and nothing more, because the driver would probably try to get more from us. So we got in the car, and started the trip to the airport. The traffic was ridiculously heavy for the first part of the trip, but eventually we got onto a clear road and had a pretty cruisy drive (for Egypt, anyway) to the airport. On the way the driver pointed out a few things to us, showing us some sights, then as we were arriving into the airport, he asked us to pay him. ...