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... former home of the roman chariot races), Theatro di Marcellus (the largest and most important theatre in Ancient Rome and an important example of what was to become one of the most common urban architectural forms of the Roman world), the Jewish Ghetto, Campo di Fiori (literally field of flowers, where there is a nice flower and fruit/vegetable market in the morning), Farnese Palace (largest renaissance palace in ...
... entertained by the public, desperately trying to find a dry spot. The only people happy were the Asian guys selling brollies and capes - we eventually succumbed and Judy did a deal for two. After the storm we entered the Coliseum, and marvelled at the architecture and ingenuity of the Romans. We then went on to the Forum and the remains of a considerable part of the ancient city until the sun began to go down. We left and ...
... or hot water, or internet. Seriously, ever.
2. Expect everything here to be slow. Except for cars, those are always fast.
3. The friendships I made and strengthened here are ones that I will cherish forever. Me and 51 of my classmates took Rome by storm and I could not be more thankful that I had all of them to share this experience with. I know Iowa State's program is far different from the traditional idea of study abroad ...
... the bits they do not need for the telling of the story today. Some of these piles would be the entire collection of Roman artefacts in some museums!
After the Colosseum we headed past the still lengthy queue to get in and used the Metro to get up to St Peter's to sign up for the 11 o'clock tour of the Vatican Museum. We wanted to return to the museum to see the best bits again and enjoy them at a more leisurely pace. Our online card gave us a ...
... despite my polite refusal. We eventually paid €3 for those roses, and I gave them away to an elderly lady to avoid carrying them all day. Our next stop was a gellateria touted as Rome's best, tucked away in a quiet street behind the Piazza del Parliamento, called Giolitti. It was quiet in the colourful shop, and thanks to Trip Advisor we were aware to pay for our gelato first and take our ticket to the counter to ...