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... fountains spray up so high and vigorously, makes up for Versailles. Afternoon ---- Ostia Antica. At the mouth of the River Tiber, Ostia was Rome's seaport, but due to silting the site now lies 3 kilometres from the sea. The site is noted for the excellent preservation of its ancient buildings, magnificent frescoes and impressive mosaics. Rebuilt and fortified after it was destroyed by pirates in 68bc Ostia grew to 50,000 inhabitants ...
Waking up early today was required if we wanted to get into the Vatican on time and not have to wait in crazy lines. The morning started off rainy and dreary as we started our journey on the subway -It was my 3rd time riding the subway. When we got to the Vatican City, the outside of it, it was guarded by a huge wall. We had to go through security and everything because it's technically it's own country. The beginning of our experience in the Vatican ...
... I had only my sense of direction to rely on.
Eventually, I found my way to St. Peter’s – driving by nearly all the main sites in Rome on the way. Coincidentally, I think the only attraction I didn’t get to see was the Colosseum on my side trip. I saw a bunch of stuff that I’m still looking up and trying to trace my path of exactly where I went around Rome. That would make for an interesting zigzag pattern.
Once at San Pietro, I found my way ...
... I came in from the top. I walked down the steps and there were relativity few people there until you got to the bottom. I got some photos at the bottom but the sinking boat fountain was blocked off for renovations. So it wasn’t as much of a spectacle as it could have been.
Next stop the River Tiber I walked towards the river and then headed in the direction of the Vatican, I walked to the front, and then across the bridge and headed back to the train ...
... in the distance, and even where we were living was very cool. We stayed up there for a wile and just gazed off into the distance of what is Rome. We took our pictures and headed back down.
On our way back we stopped at a little cafe and had some drinks and pastries. It was something I could get use to doing. haha We came back to the Residence and met with our Professor. He gave us our syllabi for each of our classes and gave us some homework. :(