The Pantheon. Work began over 2,000 years ago under the reign of Augustus, and it is still in use today. This is the only ancient Roman building that has been in continuous use since its creation. There is also a really neat strip club inside.
Stumbled into this church at night while walking around drinking beer with my brother, Cody. Can't remember the name of it right now, but it was designed by Michaelangelo and looks really awesome at night. Michaelangelo totally rocked Italy.
The Protestant Cemetery, one of my all-time favorite locations in Rome. A serene, calm location amidst a city of chaos. Some famous English poets are buried here: John Keats and Percy Shelley.
A new sight for me, the family took a walk down the Appian Way, ancient Rome's main drag out of town, and found these ruins. Apparently its an old Roman circus, though I could not satisfy my craving for cotton candy anywhere.
The Coliseum. A shitload of people died here. Its still pretty damn cool, though. And apparently they were setting up a stage for the New Year's celebrations.