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Ancient Rome

A travel blog entry by millfamsabbat15 on Jul 07, 2015

2 comments, 26 photos

... the games these trap doors could be used to add different elements if a fight was getting too boring. The gladiators themselves were brought up in this way as well. Gladiators were usually slaves or poor people looking for freedom or fame. If they survived, slaves were granted their freedom and all were given great riches. Gladiators tended to be identified by their weapon of choice and would either fight each other or wild animals like lions, ...

The Wonders of Rome

A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 03, 2014

4 photos

... then find each other didn't work exactly how we had hoped. Keep in mind 30,000 visit the Vatican. EVERY DAY. While they went to a special Coliseum tour (the "basement" and third floor), I ran into a woman selling private tours. It was the best 50 euros I'll spend on this trip. The tour was led by a bi-lingual guy named Angelo, very personable, very knowledgeable and got us right past very long lines. I won't bore YOU with ...

Day 23 Last Day in Roma

A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 17, 2014

... people, but then it us Sunday and many of the big stores are closed, so it's a very festive time walking thru the lane ways and thru the Piazzas. Anyway got back to apartment@3.30 and now resting can't wait to hear R&O's excursion, they should be home soon as we decided to meet at 6.30 for dinner arrangements. Me thinks I am going to siesta till washing machine finishes. 4.30 O & R comeback and machine has finished its wash, so quick conversation, hung up easing ...


A travel blog entry by jasonswallow on May 25, 2014

2 photos

... place we had supper the night before. We got the flounder, they brought it out whole before they cooked it then again once it was cooked and served it in front of us. The same area still had some street performers so we watched those on our way home. Sinks are turned on by a foot pedal A lot of toilets aren't gender specific People don't speak as much English as you'd think. Tourists are everywhere, more English speaking tourists than some of the other cities we've ...

Pompey and Herculanium

A travel blog entry by jwestman on Jan 18, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... shadow of the mountain above us... It was great.... We then moved on to Herculaneum a small place but with a different atmosphere and some better preserved houses.... It was all great we then moved to Rome and left for a walk down to see the Colosseum at night, beautiful and absolutely HUGH... Mr Westman then proceeded to take the group on ...