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- Shuttle bus service
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... dark and hear all about the mechanics of how they made the Colosseum such a theatre.
I spent hours just walking for miles and miles around the city. The lighting during sunsets makes for great pics and it just gets better in the evening. There are just so many monuments and ruins around every corner, a great walking city. I shall miss Rome, the adventure however needed to continue and I was heading to Vienna, Austria to see my buddies.
... atmosphere, and of course, the chocolata. Booked the hire car for collection on Monday prior to heading to Tuscany.
We spent the next few days walking around city visiting all the main sites and many others that we happened upon Eating in whatever cafe we thought looked welcoming and talking to whomever would chat.
The art and history is truly ...
... light in the shower. Also a window that overlooks the little courtyard and the neighbours bathroom. Kitchen is small but well equipped.
I have offered to transform our en suite in to and Italian/French style bathroom. Jean thinks I am dreaming, so we will have to wait and see.
Pictures will follow.
We have tickets for the Colosseum, The baths of Caracella and the Vatican and two days of hop on ...
... the first level, then the second, marveling at the travertine and the floor where the animals and prisoners were once held. We learned that tickets were printed on pottery, there were concessions, souvenirs and commercials long ago, and seats were assigned by class. All, except for the latter perhaps, very akin to today's football stadiums. We sat on marble columns that were on their sides for a rest. The kids all purchased ...
... travel around Rome on trains and buses (yay, no need to buy tickets !) and also free entry into several major attractions. Not only entry but also fast track entry, meaning we could bypass the three million people that were lined up to get into The Vatican Museum for example. What a great girl I was about to marry, how lucky am I. But to get the Roma Pass we had to get to St Peters Square, that was the pickup point. And that was no easy task for newbies in Rome. But we weren't ...