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... only about 2pm. We walked to the Colosseum and decided to check it out with a tour guide.
We learned so much about the Colosseum itself. There is some of the "original" that is left but over history much of it has changed. Earthquakes brought down a lot of the top and outer walls, much of the granite and marble had been stripped and taken to the Vatican and there are holes everywhere in the stone where metal that ...
... deserved sleep.
We have just left Rome now and we are on the way to Pompeii. Roma was hectic, beautiful, dodgy, stylish and spiritual all at the same time. I love Italy could stay here forever. I think that I could speak fluent Italian within a month but I’d probably weigh about 200 kilograms so best move on. J
Will talk again after Pompeii – when we get the overnight ferry to Dubrovnik, Croatia!! Pumped
... we had been shown how to get in and work everything, we had showers and headed out to walk around to get acquainted with our surroundings and to reset our body clocks. We are within 10 minutes walk of the Piazza Venezia which is a massive white building with lots of monuments, steps and of course a basilica or two thrown in for good measure. We had all stripped down to shorts and T-Shirts but the walk was still very hot and we ...
... We then went into St. Peter's Basilica and explored lots. It is so beautiful inside with all of the stain glass and paintings. Michelangelo's work inside was amazing to see. Once again, surreal that we were actually there and seeing all of this. Unfortunately because it was Sunday, the Vatican museum was closed and we couldn't go inside. We then decided to just walk around the city a bit, and ended up sitting beside the river ...