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... Even children watched. Execution methods included being burnt alive, being eaten by lions or tigers, and being beheaded. All very gruesome. I think you could only eat lunch while watching that if you hadn't eaten for days. Gladiators fought in the afternoon. Patrizzia corrects a few false impressions that have been perpetuated in movies. She says that there is no evidence to suggest that any Christians were executed here. She says that only one set ...
... s Lounge for
dinner. Since it was a Friday in Lent we all split some nachos without meat as
well as having salmon for dinner. Then we decided to walk around Trasteverre
and we ended up talking to a group of Italians for an hour or so about
different things about America and Italy and different jobs and things. It was
pretty cool and they were funny! Coming back to the hostel around 1:30am we hit
the hay pretty quick.
The next morning, ...
... see many sites of Rome, however, I'm sure everyone needs to come back. The amount of sites here is amazing, down every lane and behind every corner is a new monument, statue, square or archeological wonder to see and you need months if you want to see everything in Rome.
Sorry the blog for today is not as informative in the past, but I promise I will make additions as the tour progresses.
Thanks for reading.
... 3 buses) and headed towards the Trevi Fountain. Now we did know that it was being restored and that there was scaffolding but we kind of held out hope as we neared the square, but alas, the scaffolding remained. Again, Ash actually had no idea what the fountain was or looked liked! I attempted to throw my coin in my left hand over my right shoulder into the small pond that they had erected in place of the fountain but I was indeed unsuccessful. And if you were ever to ...
... which I found. It cost 12€ to get in (for the forum, Palantine Hills, as well as the Colosseum) good for two days. Audio guides were 5.5€ each day. Lots of walking and listening. They certainly knew how to build to last! After, I grabbed a pizza at the Termini bus...it was delicious (6.5€). From the Termini, I took a hop on hop off bus tour...18€. It was good ...