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Sore feet in the eternal city.

A travel blog entry by wildwoodwalk

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Saturday 3rd May

Yesterday I arrived in Rome and found my way to my accommodation without any problems. The plane left Paris 40 mins late and it over an hour to get through Italian customs. Someone need to explain to or show the Italians the system of ropes on poles as crowd and queue control. But no they seem to prefer the system of maybe 500 people tring to get through 4 immigration booths. ...

Rome goes to the top of the class!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree

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... build it. The Colisseum was a true gladiator arena, where predominantly man fought beast. It was built in 72AD and is still the largest amphitheatre in the world. At 50 metres high, it can seat about 75,000 spectators. The last gladiator fight took place in 435AD. It is believed that over half a million people were killed in this arena and over a million animals. Let's say that it was open every day (unlikely) for those 356 years or 129,940 ...

Rome-ing around Italy

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest

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... the swim. Anyway it was time to get back on the ferry and after pointing out a few more sights we headed back to the mainland. I went straight up to my tent for a nap, and decided to skip going into Sorrento with everyone else because I wasn't feeling well. I woke up at about 7pm and decided to watch a bit of the Freo game. After checking the half time score, I had managed to avoid hearing a result all day so I was a pretty excited to watch the second half. Luckily the wifi was ...

Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego

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... monk skeletons, take apart the bones, and make artwork?? I sneaked a couple of photos even though I wasn't supposed to because words just don't do it justice.

Back to our favorite gelato place and then Dad and Angel made a scrupulous dinner of pesto pasta and salad (while I took a 2 hour nap...I have a sore throat and needed the rest). After we literally stuffed ourselves, we wandered 2 blocks to Campo di Fiori for more gelato ...

Tourists in Rome

A travel blog entry by matandali

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... with a beard) as one of his comedic cult heroes. He apparently has a cable TV show (not shown in Australia, or even in Canada), and his young British fan was chuffed to have signed up for the only private tour of the Colosseum in Rome where he would have the chance to meet his Canadian idol. The young fan even asked the actor/musician to do a piece to camera, saying that he was hanging out with him in Rome as evidence for friends ...

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