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... are from Naples and gave us a lot of recommendations for our visit! We also went on several self-guided walks from our Rick Steves book. With the walks we visited several different neighborhoods in Rome with different "personalities". We both really love getting to see the culture rather than just the tourist sites. Walking through the neighborhoods gives you a taste of what life is really like for the people who live there. We read in the guidebook ...
Early start to get to the other side of Rome, to the Vatican for the tour to the Gardens, Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Church. The crowds there were incredible, even at 7.30am! I think our guide was a garden person as most of our time seemed to be spent outdoors.... Once inside it was a real battle with the crowds, but we did see a fair bit. Then into St Peters, and the time had ...
... Brook! After a short plane ride and long bus trip we made it to the convent we are staying in. From what we can see in the dark the grounds look beautiful & it is right next door to Vatican City! The Sisters who we have met so far are all lovely! They gave us directions to a restaurant for dinner but we think we took a wrong turn somewhere because we are sure we aren't sitting in the right restaurant! Looking forward to exploring Rome ...
... day. The gladiators were trained in a 'Gladiator school' and were owned just as race horses are owned today. If a Gladiator was killed in his fight the winning owner had to pay the losing owner for the money and time invested in training and owning that fighter, so the hope was there was only a defeat and not a death. But, there were many. When Gladiators fought animals there was always a death.
The 'Games' as they called them, ...
... till you got knackered....then gored...then......doesn't bear thinking about.
It was now after 3.30 and starting to get cool (remember the sun sets around 4.30 here!), so we decided to start heading back and leave the rest to the following day. Just as "Rome wasn't built in a day", well neither "can you see Rome in a day!" A four day long weekend would be a good length of time and we certainly would have given it more than two days ...