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... been in continuous use since it was rebuilt in 128 AD by Emperor Hadrian.Its dome is still the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome.
We then wandered to the Trevi fountain and then finished at the Spanish steps. Our guide gave us an insight into living in Rome and a better appreciation of the architecture and history of the sights we visited. After a relax in our room to cool down we ...
... through those low points.
I set out on Contiki because I wanted to get my feet on the ground before travelling on my own. I've achieved exactly that. I feel far more confident walking around Rome, sussing out hostels, ordering food and managing the metro now that I've had my hand held the first few times. I feel good about going out on my own, even if I miss everyone. Having so much packed into the tour as well as a fair amount of free time to ...
... exhausted! The crowds, the stairs, the heat, humidity and the strain of trying to hear our guide amongst the babble (and not get lost) were very tiring! But, we wouldn’t have missed it for the world!
We spent a lot of time walking around Rome and were amazed at what we found by chance. We paid to go to the Coliseum and Forum but there are many more amazing archeological sites you can see just wandering ...
... Only problem being I didn't get the blue tooth device to get the iPhone to take the photo. Conned again. During our walking around we found a place selling kettles. €25 for a $10 plastic kettle. Best buy of the day, now we can have a cup of tea in our hotel room. We were on the go for 9 hours today, very impressed with Rome and the Vatican. Colosseum tomorrow, oh and we did find a lovely fountain but it will be an early night tonight, we are well and truly ...
... area overlooks the Forum; it had stopped raining by this time and I got some good pictures from this different vantage point.
I had started at the Palazzo dei Conservatori and now, through an underground tunnel (where fittingly are displayed headstones with translated inscriptions), the museum continues into the Palazzo Nuovo. I think this side might have been my favorite (apart from the thunder in the window room!). It houses a large collection of ...