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If you wanted to have a great time. way back when just hop into your time travel vehicllle, phone booth, or time machine and go on back to ancient rome. I am darn sure you could find plenty to do. Whether it is pigging out at a meal, so if that isnt fun go to the races. no not formula I cars, but chariot races. just as dangerous. annnnnnnnnnnnnnd wild as cars. or to the fights. Yes they did have wrestling in those days too. Also gladiator fights. bloody though.nd they did have boxing also. If the wild side of life is too rough for you. You could go to plays. drama.comedy. etc. or even to the library to read, and to the baths. to soak annnnnnnnnd relax. dont worry those of you who would want to be private, they did have seperate men and womens areas. so there is just a little of your visit to ancient rome. oh. Before I forget you also couls run into some famous people at various times in Rome from Nero, to Caesar which one depends on the era you choose to go to , Just be careful on the Ides of March 44 b.c. when Julius caesar was tragically killed in thhe senae meeting. at Pompeys theatre. well good luck and have fun!