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First stop - Colosseum. The lines are huge but Powla and Marco whisper in an ear or two and suddenly we're inside. Cue the myth busters. Marco tells us that, since most Romans didn't actually work, the games were arranged for entertainment. What we didn't know was each bout was sponsored by wealthy people, usually around Senate election time. "How are we looking in the polls Augustus?" "Not good. You better nip down to Octavio's' gladiator rental ...
... which was very informative to listen to while wandering around this impressive structure. We were there for a couple of hours then found a place to sit and have our picnic lunch before catching the bus back to where we started. We stopped for afternoon tea. It was very noisy with a helicopter hovering overhead! And then Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip drove by - they had been to visit the Pope. We then walked to the Pantheon, stopping at a few ...
... grocery store and bought a few Aprerol spritzes to enjoy in the sand. We hopped on a train that took us about an hour out of Rome to Santa Marinella. Surprisingly, for it being a beautiful and hot Saturday, the beach seemed fairly empty. It was nice to escape the masses of people in Rome and relax by the Mediterranean Sea. The Aprerol spritzes were on point, and we enjoyed a day of relaxing under the sun. Tomorrow we head to ...
... not bad ). The next thing all these cars, trucks and people came, it turned out they were filming an add for T V, they had police to block the road, as the car with the man and a very attractive woman drove backwards and forwards along the road. Our bus was final let through so we were able to be on our way. We had an uneventful, bus trip into Positano and did a little shopping on the way to the beach, there were ...
... the usual street performers and lots of people selling their paintings. Store holders selling the usual souvenir "must haves" completed the picture and ensured it was a place we would come back to.
Marching on to meet Maria's cousin, Laura, for dinner (we are staying with her) saw us pass a gelato store with 150 flavours.....it was quickly added to our "must do while in Rome" list! After enjoying a delicious meal on a balmy summers night ...
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