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... were kept, which was quite close. It must have been a kind of hell down there under the floor, in the dark, the suffocating smell of human and animal sweat and excrement, hearing the 50,000 strong crowd above howling for blood. Its amazing they didn't go mad...or maybe the did? Finally after 13 hours of touristing, I dragged my tired body back to my hotel, with surprisingly little difficulty. This hotel is lovely but the internet is rubbish so don't be ...
... the Sistine Chapel. Chapel was packed like sardines and everyone is staring up. They say no pictures but that didn't stop the idiot who walked past us with his iPad open snapping away. I snuck one too though. :) After some pizza, we headed out to St. Peter's Basilica. There was a huge line, but it moved pretty quickly. Helped along by the very nice father and son in front of us, who were equally annoyed by the 3 older ladies who cut the line at the last minute. The ...
... by a mob of tourists. Luckily, I did not have a car and I was able to get there quicker since I would have not been able to drive in the Vatican even if I had a car. I was in St. Peter's square enjoying the center of Christianity. It seemed like it was going to take a long time so I sat down. A man sat down next to me and tried to get his hand on my wallet when I caught him and just stared. It seemed like every place I visit there was something wrong ...
... and most exciting days of the tours. We were longer getting up early; it was just standard to start the day before the sun had bothered to wake up. We caught the 247 bus outside the campsite to Cipro station on the metro, then onto Spagna where our walking tour started. We had amazing weather and because it was early we weren't bombarded by crowds (apparently Roma gets extremely busy). We went past the Trevi Fountain then onto the Pantheon. The Pantheon was ...
... use bronze pins in the holes to keep the blocks from sliding off each other. Unfortunately people were aware of this and they chiseled holes in many the blocks at the joints and stole the bronze pins out of them. Much of the seating was also stolen from the building so there is no way to know exactly what the capacity of the Coliseum was but estimates range from 50,000 – 80,000 people. By comparison, the Saddledome in Calgary seats just under 20,000 and BC ...
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