On the third day, I got up around 9am took the metro to the Trevi Fountain. I sat on the stone wall on the right side of the fountain, hanging my feet over the edge. I watched the water flow around sculptures of horses and men that appear to be emerging from the water. It wasn’t long until the police protecting the fountain told me to stop sitting on the wall. This was my cue to leave, so I threw a €2 coin in the water and made my way to the Pantheon. All of the European police wear those funny-looking hats that droop really far on one side, it’s hard for me to take them seriously. The Pantheon was perfectly built, I can’t come up with any other way to describe it. The room is built in a perfect sphere and the roof is a spherical dome. At the peak of the dome there is a hole on top. For some reason rain can’t get into the hole… I’m honestly not sure how they made this building over two thousand years ago.