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... off at any stops, except for a water break. I think it was around 2 or so hours on the hottest bus in town. Amazing sights to see though, very cool.
Off the bus and onto the Colosseum. Try lining up for tickets but cannot fathom lining up so long - get lured in by a man spruking skip the line tickets with an English speaking guide, so do that instead. Our guy is interesting but his lack of enthusiasm has Sarah tuned out from minunte 1.. I was around minute ...
... behind and hadn't taken the last turn so I went back to fetch him. Suddenly there was another turnstile to negotiate. We had no passes to get through but a barrage of words from our angel to the employee there caused him to open them up and let us through. We were on the home stretch! Suddenly our "guardian angel" became "a gun for hire". I'd got money out of the ATM but had only twenties and fifties. I tried to give him 20 Euros as I had all the previous times. Since I was ...
... jeans and a top would be fine. Wrong. It was boiling! We decided just to look around the Colosseum and the ruins around it (as it was too hot) and then made our way towards the Trevi Fountain. We managed to see the Spanish Steps and went up to take photos. By the time we got to the Trevi Fountain, we were exhausted. The Trevi Fountain is beautiful. But my goodness, the people! We could not believe how packed it was! We finally got a few photos and I threw in a coin. ...
... we had nice coffee under a lime trees.
We got back on the train and went to the Colosseum. We got the tickets from the Forum which included both sites and avoided the long que at the colosseum and also including an video guides. There is lots to see there and the guide was definitely worth getting to explain what we were looking at. It was a very hot day (especially for mid September) and we did lots of walking around.
Next we walked to ...
Yesterday I finally had the chance to visit I Musei Capitolini, a collection of Roman artwork, sculptures, and artifacts on the Capitoline hill.
Walking around the museums, it truly felt like I was standing in the honored presences of these ancient emperors and gods. The collection is truly amazing! I was truly honored to finally see ...