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... entirely gravity fed from 1726-1729. The steps were intended to connect the Spanish Piazza at the bottom with the top part of the hill, and are very striking. We played along with a roman soldier performing for the camera, which we saw more of around Rome as we visited other sites. Of course he wanted payment!! Piazza Del Popolo was our next stop. About a twenty minute walk away this place which is about the size of St Peters square in front of the basilica. ...
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Near the arch, many carriage owners with their handsome horses try to pick up tourists for a ride in the area.
Arch of Titus
This arch was constructed in c. 82 AD by the Roman ...
... my phone map and it got us to the general area of where to return the car. Unfortunately, it was in the middle of crazy busy Rome by a gigantic train station. We found our car rental desk but they said we had to return the car about 8 blocks away. But their directions in broken English were not good. We drove in circles for an hour. One way streets everywhere and jam packed with cars and people. A guy on a motorcycle got off his bike, took off ...
... Julius Caesar's tomb. It was crazy to think that we walked down the same cobblestone paths as many famous iconic people, maybe even Julius Caesar! Although we did not stay long because of the heat. It was very hot in the early to late morning and we were all swelltering in the heat. We took a lot of pictures and seflies! Next we walked around the ancient city of Rome. The city was beatiful as we walked down the cobblestone paths. We ate ...
... in a system of cells and tunnels. The floor of the stadium eroded away long ago, so you have a view of the tunnels instead of the floor. However, they have rebuilt about 1/5th of the floor on the East side, so you can better imagine what it would have looked like in all its glory! We listened to the Rick Steves audio guide again, which was excellent for this landmark. There are awesome viewing positions around the ...