L'Isola di Rosa
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After walking through the Borghese Gardens we arrived at the Galleria Borghese for our 1100 entry time which has been so refined, we were given 2 hours to soak up this fantastic place, fortunately as we arrived we were able to join an English guided tour, our guide was extremely knowledgable and let us into the world that is normally a mystery to the uninformed. The Galleria is incredible, full ...
... any photos at this stop. On to the Pantheon, where mass was in progress so we couldn't get inside, so we walked around the outside and found a wall in the sunshine and had morning tea. When we did get inside it was quite beautiful. Then on to the Trevi Fountain, unfortunately, largely covered up for restoration and behind perspex, did cross a walkway and got a little closer, saw some parts of statues, all clean and shiny, it will be lovely when it is complete and water is flowing ...
We found the hop on hop off bus and toured around the city. The Colosseum was amazing considering how old it is. The amount of hawkers and beggars on the streets of Rome is unbelievable. The hawkers constantly harass you to buy a selfie stick. The price ranging depending on the time of the day. We bought Jess a pink one. We know she will love the remote control. My knee is really hurting from climbing stairs. Might have to ...
... to give visitors the idea of how it was built back in the day with how the tunnels worked under the floor. Next was to walk around the Roman Forum which was the city square where Romans would gather for political, judicial and religious rituals. It has the oldest buildings and looked just like a little city! I can't even imagine how old all these pieces are and what it was like back in the Roman times! Temple of Saturn, Temple of Vespasian and Titus, ...
We started our official walking tour at the Colosseum. I assume most have a visual of what this place looks like but until you are here it is hard to describe what it "feels" like in large part to both it's size and age. (AD 72) Our tour started on the exterior of the building with the normal information you might expect but we also discovered the Roman numerals across the top of the entrance gate. Today there is only one entrance and one ...