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... it was built. We walked past the prime ministers house and heard about the frivolities of balisconi who slept with many prostitutes at his bungabunga parties. We saw the roman Forman, a market place built in the time of Julius Caesar to keep the people happy and encourage the economy. Finally we finished at the colosseum in the evening which was huge and very impressive. The only damage that it has encountered ...
... Forum, all of about 10 min walk from here. I cant imagine what its like in peak season as even now it was packed. Anyway we had a long look around. We are blown away at the scale of the buildings. They are simply enormous. Imposing. The brickies mustve had a job for life. Must have been as hard getting someone to your house to mend a small wall then as it is now... Ahhhh mate would love to help you but Augustus needs his new arch finished by next month.
... By Rome standards, it is a new church - built in 1100 - it is built on the ruins of an older church that is built on the ruins of the mint that produced coins in Nero's time. We got to walk down and see the two lower levels that were excavated. The girls thought it was neat.
We took a public bus to the shopping district. Another new experience for us. We split our group and gave Becky ...
... coins in and made a wish, and then grabbed a really late dinner. I had a nutella crepe with gelato again. It was a rough day on my stomach; 2 nutella crepes, 2 things of gelato, and tiramisu. Good thing I only had a day left, because I'm pretty sure I gained weight in Italy. Although their gelato is really delicious! I kept trying different flavors, and loved them all!
Monday we packed up and left the hostel. We toured the Coliseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. ...
Thanksgiving Sunday and we are in Rome. After breakfast we decided to walk to the Vatican. It looked like it was closer but it took an hour and a half. We turned into St. Peter's Basillica and there were thousands of people descending on the square. It was like being a sheep in a giant herd....once caught in the middle there was no way out! The Pope came out for what we thought would be an address. Instead he began what turned ...