Casa San Giuseppe
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We were given a free afternoon so we went to find the Spanish steps. We were doing great until we realized we didn't know where we were going so we pulled out the map our guide gave us and looked for street signs. We found however that street signs are harder to find then in the US we eventually found a few street names and found our way to the steps. There was a lot of people in the nice hot Rome day but we say awhile on the ...
... to a major tourist attraction.
Leaving the Colosseum, I was faced with the worst part of the trip. What I am assuming to be a gypsy woman, attempted to steal my iPhone out of the side pocket of my backpack. She successfully took it, whereupon I whipped around, saw it in her hands and snatched it back. I scolded and yelled at her when she claimed she found it on the ground (which was a blatant lie). I was so shaken up that I ...
... were aching. No matter what sandals I wear I can't last a day's walking without some part of my feet rubbing and/or aching! Despite our weariness we enjoyed the massive spectacle of the Colosseum - a place that could hold 150,000 people in its heyday! Even back then the rich and wealthy and famous got close to the action with ringside and box seats (there are actually little brick box structures) while the plebeians were high up the sides in the 'nose bleed' ...