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Inside the Colosseum

Even though we were exhausted, we walked another 40 minutes back to the Colosseum and luckily, it was still open. There was still a line to get in, probably 30-40 minutes so while we were standing there, I checked online and was able to buy tickets that were emailed to me. We hopped out of the no-ticket line to the reservation line, which had no line. Then we were in!

It was even more surreal being on the inside than the outside. We spent over an hour walking around both levels of the of the theatre. It’s amazing there’s still so much intact.

As this is my 4th hour creating blog posts the day after, I’m going to call it a night. Tomorrow I’ll tell you all about the Vatican and seeing the Sistine Chapel twice!

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