La Posta Vecchia Hotel
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... depending on the position of the sun. The 80 arches on the ground level were numbered, except for entrances which were reserved for the emperor. The arena had a staging area below the floor. Slaves were used to run the pulleys that raised and lower animals and people through trap doors.
Spectators were given passes made of stone which indicated an assigned seat in a particular section and even the route to the seat. Although the entrance ...
... a bit of a walk towards the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Again we were blown away at how you can walk along the streets of Rome, surrounded by ancient relics from thousands of years ago. When you look at the ruins, the differing layers of stone are obvious, some built that way, but others having been built over/added to over centuries. We ...
... has been up for 3 days and was telling us how he spent the night in the train station conversing with bums! Oh and the best part, while he was telling us his travel stories, he had a beer in hand. Must say, it made our train ride enjoyable.
Once we arrived to Ladispoli, we have only one thing on our minds... we needed gelato and sunshine! After stopping at the first gelato shop we saw, we headed ...
... Four River fountain- not under construction this time. The Pantheon, also not under construction, yay! After our group tours Lauren, April, Eirin and I set out to find the cat sanctuary! Home to all the stray cats in Rome, living in the ruins of where Julius Caesar was stabbed to death. It was so neat, we even got to play with a few cats.
Rome day two!
Today we visited all the ...
... Our Lady of Guadalupe in a small chapel right before the relics of St Peter). We actually were done with plenty of time for us to walk back from the Vatican to our hotel and get packed and out the door in time to catch our 3pm flight to London. This has been a good visit to Italy and while I hate to leave, it will be nice to begin to think about returning home soon.
Hope you’re having a great week! More from London in the next and final blog of this ...