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... poor sods in the non EU queue out. Never mind, we are in Rome! After buying tickets on the Leonardo Express train to Termini, the journey was stop start with no explanation as to the delays. What should have been a 30 min journey took about an hour. Welcome to Rome! We finally made it out of the crazy mass of people to find that we exited at the wrong side of the station. Never mind, we had our belongings intact and braved the torrid heat with luggage ...
... and fills our heads with lots of history. Palatine Hill looks down on the Roman Forum and is situated between it and Circus Maximus. According to Roman Mythology it's the location of the cave where Romulus and Remus were found by the she wolf that kept them alive.
After our formal tour we are free to roam the Roman Forum and we spend awhile doing that and after we walk up to the Capitoline Hill and actually see the statue of the She Wolf ...
... This was one of Romes most important churches throughout medieval times and was built by Constantine who was the first Christian Emporer. He is the one that legalized Christianity and enabled the Christians to stop using the catacombs we saw. So this unexpected visit ties right in to the beginning of our explorations today.
The church itself is quite large and contains some beautiful mosaics, the tomb of Pope Martin V, and a statue of San Giovanni Battiste (St. John ...
... was cool! Our group split up and we went down with the guide into the dungeons while the others had free time. These are not open to the public and our guide took us to a gate where an archeologist met us and let us in. From here we went down to the bottom of the Colosseum where you would walk through the entrance to the stage. We saw where the animals would have been. It was pretty cool. Then we made our way up to the top and onto the platform. No public was allowed ...
... the wait! It was a really fun climb up and would do it again in a second. The views from the top of the dome were great. It was a little chilly and rainy this afternoon, but it was a nice break from the dry weather back home. When we were done with the dome climb we admired st peters square for a while and walked on to get a cappuccino and gelato. New flavors today were rum raisin and hazelnut! We then walked to see the Tevere River. I am pretty sure we walked 15 miles ...
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