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... the time we all finished it was 12:30. The next step in the race was to go to the trevi fountain, throw a coin in and make a wish. Since it would be a 30 minute walk to that destination, Andrea drove us there in her car. The trevi fountain was surrounded by lights and beautiful architecture. When we threw in our coins it was a very magical moment. A traditional legend holds that if visitors throw a coin into the fountain, they are ensured a return to Rome ...
... Continued along to the big white monument to Vittoria Emanuele, up the steps past the two big statues of the twins Castor and Pollux on their horses at the top. This part of the Capitoline Hill was designed by Michelangelo but not completed in his lifetime. Interesting how he dealt with the trapezoid shape by designing an egg shaped mosaic with a diamond in the centre for the statue of Marcus Aurelius to sit on. Went and had a look at the Forum from up here ...
... is ~ 110,000)! As we turned the corner from here we could spot the Coliseum! Another beyond fascinating piece of history. Throughout this tour we learned so much about the advanced Roman society. They really had a passion for learning and showcased many of their vast libraries...one in Egypt was featured that sadly had a fire resulting in the loss of over 425,000 books! Think of all the knowledge that was lost (even more so, how when the Roman Empire was lost and civilization ...
... St. Peters chapel. It too had some amazing sculptures and art pieces.
After we said good-bye to the Vatican city we walked back to the Colosseum and hope to make in on time. As we got there we managed to catch the last tour. We learnt all about the Colosseum from how it was made, to who sat where, who fought and the significance to everything. Did you know that only the men and the virgin's got to sit down? haha All the non-virgin women had ...
... eat salad sometimes also, and they probably get some fruit from the gelato. Some more things we visited in Rome were Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, and a cat sanctuary. The Trevi Fountain was beautiful. It had Roman statues, and there were lights that illuminated the water. The Pantheon was also really cool. It is a big circle building with tons of huge marble columns. It has lots of statues on the inside, and on the top is an open circle hole. There ...