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A ****** sleep and an early mad dash to the train station (with enormous backpacks) started our day as we continued our adventure towards Roma. We soon discovered that the 'eurail' pass only covers the 'turtle paced' regional trains (in Italy not Germany) and to go on the 'super dooper' fast ones a reservation is needed i.e. to pay extra money. Yes …
Today we spent the better part of the day wandering around the Vatican! I'm pretty sure the Vatican museum people are onto us tourists...we just want to see the Sistine Chapel, but they insist on snaking you through this crazy maze that takes hours to push through until finally, they spill you into the Sistine! Finally!!! By that time, I've seen so much art that my head is spinning! It really was quite spectacular though! You ...
... baking pastries, garlic wafting on the breeze from tiny trattoria and pizza freshly taken from the oven. In the gardens of The Forum today we caught the delicious scent of wisteria blossoming beautifully in this fine Spring weather as it climbed around stone columns.
We’ve watched, in awe, as scooters weave in and out of the traffic and even between pedestrians crossing marked crossings, their riders so skilled, ...
... made our own story to complete the experience. The amount of history is far too deep to cover in one day. The Roman Forum that leads up to the Coliseum is massive and maybe more beautiful (if that is even possible). But don't worry, we got lost and it took 2 hours to get back to campus.....it was only supposed to take 30. We'll get the hang of it eventually!
What a day! We spent hours walking around the remains of the colosseum and the forum. The colosseum had 80 entrances, and was capable of emptying its 80000 odd spectators in less than 10 minutes. Our sports ovals could learn a thing or two! There is still quite a lot left of the facade of the building, but not as much of the underground rooms which were used to house the poor men and animals that were about to ...