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... Love this scene with Audrey Hepburn. On attempting to exit we got psrted with 1 euro to go downstairs in the church Headed to see Hadrian's crypt. Nothing in guide book about this..we think enterprising Catholics!! On up past the area that was Circo Massimo, home of chariot races. There was a small film crew filming commentary about it. Onward to take the Metro (didnt pay attention to which side of the line we needed to be on so 2 tickets for one journey lol...metro here you ...
... and Jeff's warning of the 33 Euro fine that tourists were being hit with,we shouted ourselves a taxi to the airport. Wise move as it was a wee distance from central Paris and only cost 27 Euro. Our flight was delayed in landing due to the weather. We had to circle above Rome for 20 minutes to wait for a thunderstorm to pass through. Another indulgence was having a private transfer from the airport to our hotel in ...
... in and around the Colosseum and Forum Romanum. Palatine Hill was going to be our next stop, but turned out our tickets weren't valid for a second entry after all. Shame. Now I've got to pay again to get in later to see the last bits of what the Forum & Palatine area have to offer. Since we couldn't get to the hill, we had a light lunch and headed towards Termini station. By foot, of course... I bougt my train tickets to Arezzo from Termini and after that we crossed the ...
... Until 509 BC, when Rome became a republic, the city was reigned by an Etruscan dynasty of Tarquin Kings. They built a sewer, the 'Cloaca Maxima', to drain water from the marshlands of the valley between the Palatine, Capitoline and Esquiline hills to the Tiber river.
Forgive my pedantry, but this poem by Shelley kept popping into my head:
' I met ...
... there we couldn't get close enough to throw in any coins. Tuesday 9/24; walked around the Vatican area and went through the Vatican museums. Incredible collection of religious art! Sistine chapel was incredible to us and the other 10,000 people there with us. Wednesday, 9/25: Went to Piazza Navone area and explored the many churches, fountains and charming streets. In the afternoon ...