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... Unfortunately in between them are popular sites or piazzas crammed with thousands of people. There were a billion beautiful churches (it felt like that anyways). This was evident by the picture of Jake I took overlooking the Roma skyline that could be used to play "connect the domes." The picture was taken near my favourite area - the Villa Borghese Gardens. We happened upon this area by accident and came back on our bike ride to spend ...
... Forum (at the base of Palatine Hill). The Roman Forum is an incredibly impressive Plaza containing the remains (in some cases well preserved) of historically significant Roman buildings. There are multiple sets of free standing pillars left over from the numerous temples and basilicas, which originally stood. Some buildings still remained mostly intact, it is hard to describe the Roman Forum in words and still do it justice (you should probably just look at ...
... end of the museum that she really enjoyed her visit and she saw all the Ninja Turtles here hahaha. I'm sure that would make some people laugh as much as it did myself. But none the less the rest of the museum was really interesting as well... Well what I could hear of it because of the other rude tourists.
When we left the basilica we walked down to St Peter's square to take some nice pictures of us with the Vatican in the back ground. ...
... and The Vatican, both which I've heard can last hours and since we were walking the 2.5 miles to the Coliseum, we were expecting it to take half the day. On the way to the Coliseum we went over Capitoline Hill and through the Roman Forum that is considered the Roman Wall Street of the time. The Coliseum was more colossal than I imagined! It was neat to see the place that I learned so much about in high school Latin class, to be able to put a stage and "backstage" to the ...
... bones of St Peter, the 1st Pope and Apostle of Jesus. The tombs from most of the other Popes are here too. I couldn’t do this tour in 2009, and we were lucky to get a spot on the tightly booked tour. Everything is so well preserved and the Vatican sure has a lot of money to put into this part of history.
With an aching back and a head swirling with history, it was hard to believe that this was the end of only the first full day in Rome. Two more to ...