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... to spoil that illusion, gladiators posing for a price, a couple of carabinieri sharing an iPhone and laughing their heads off at something till one nearly tripped over a stray rock in a very Mr Bean moment and tour guides waving sticks with flags or big fake sunflowers and yelling at groups of people in all different languages. It's hard to imagine what must have gone on there so many years ago. Men fighting with lions for the right to survive, ...
... don't do renovating, they just keep building over the top of everything. We weren't allowed to take photos but David stole one photo of the 1st century level.
All of these levels are accessible to the public, 5 Euros per adult and kids free. It truely is like nothing else I have ever seen. Intact buildings, complete vaulted roofs, floors, walls, frescos, alters and the lowest level still has stream water running in rooms- a small aqua duct if ...
... flight home.
Although at first I was worried that I wasn't going to love Rome as much as everywhere else in Italy we had been, it did grow on me. Over the past 5 days we have covered two thousand years of history, ticked off dozens of bucket lists items, drunk ridiculous amounts of Aperol spritz, birra and vino, devoured the most amazing Roman specialties, marvelled over monuments, shopped till we dropped, ate and drank ...
We all went into the city via train this morning and began our walking tour. We saw the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon. We threw our two coins each into the fountain; one to make sure we come back to Rome, and another for our wish. :) After the walking tour Teleah, Gem and I walked to Capitoline Hill. We walked through the building to the balcony that overlooked Rome. You could see the Colosseum and other ruins from the top. It was a cool view. :) After ...
... were taken. There is a pretty little fountain there, where apparently Bernini added turtles to the top after it was built. These were meant to symbolize the Jewish people, as an old species carrying its home on its back. We went to the flower market at Campo di Fiori and enjoyed the sights and sounds. Archer used to have some heelys and has been talking about how great this trip would be with them. We randomly found a store right near there that sells heelys for a decent price, and he ...