Villa Spalletti Trivelli
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... impressive, imposing, awe-inspiring, and the grandeur, in Joanna’s opinion, made her feel ‘insignificant.’ It’s the biggest church in the world, and I think it’s beautiful.
Afterwards, Amy, Hernan, Sean, Joanna and I headed to Alice Pizza for lunch. Here you pay for your pizza by weight, which we thought was a great idea! Whilst we ate, we all expressed our relief that the tour wasn’t a scam, and we were so happy to see ...
... access to the arena for animals and scenery. There were 36 trap doors in the arena allowing for elaborate special effects. The animals displayed and killed at the theatre were transported from every corner of the Roman Empire reflecting the scale and scope of the Roman provinces. The wild and exotic animals which included lions, tigers hyenas, hippos, rhino’s crocodiles, ostriches, antelopes, bears and zebras were killed at the Colosseum.
It could take a whole day ...
Slept in a bit and had to taxi down to Colosseum since I didn't leave
enough time for Metro.... Anyway got there right on time and joined my
group. My tour guide was AMAZING. She was so sweet and knowledgeable.
Made the tour so great.
The Colosseum was incredible. Its just amazing to be surrounded by
something built so long ago. I loved it. I'm glad I did the tour to
really learn about the history but I wish I had time to just ...
... too much even though we had no idea how to get home. We ended up taking two trains, a bus then walking a long way and finally we reached the campsite just before dinner. That night we had a t-shirt party. We had all bought 'I love Roma' t-shirts and so we went to the bar where we wrote all over each others. We ended up with some pretty funny messages. The next morning we were up early again and off to ...
... instead of going to a restaurant so we split up. Eve, Madison and I head to the restaurant we enjoyed on our first night which of course is not open... so we hop on the #492 bus and go to the restaurant down the street from our home. We enjoy a nice meal at an outdoor table before the girls head down to the gelateria while I wait for the bill. Settling in for the night, Madison and I gear up for our early morning departure for Florence in the morning!