If I were a time traveller I wouldn't be sure what to do. Probably, the first thing that I would do is go to the future. I would like to see how technology has changed and how society is. I would see the results of the lottery and I would come to the present and spend all my money buying tickets, so I would be a millionaire the rest of my life. I am not sure if I would like to see myself in the future as it could surprise me and even be paralyzed. On the other hand, if my future weren't good, I could change it.
I don't know if I would like to travel to the past. There are things that I would like to change and see people who are not with me anymore, but I don't know how it would change the present. It would be completely different, and it could be worse, so it's better to let it be.
In conclusion, I would go to the future, I would see how it is and I wouldn't speak with anybody, just in case. Of course, I would see the lottery results to enjoy my life at the present. Then, I would destroy the time machine. I think it would be a dangerous object.
If I were a time traveller, I would go back through history and visit the city of Rome, in times of the Ancient Roman Empire. This period has always fascinated me since the Romans formed the most developed culture at that time, in almost every field: laws, medicine, architecture, art, warfare, philosophy, history… Not only did they conquer large territories (Europe, Asia, Africa), but they also left their mark enriching those lands with their culture.
Once I were there, I would begin visiting a “Domus”, with its central courtyard with a little pond and statues in the middle. I would like to see the colourful paintings on the walls, and the different rooms of the house: the dining room, where they had meals lying on a kind of deckchair; the library, where they collected lots of papyrus manuscripts; the women’s rooms, where women got dressed with beautiful tunics and had their hairstyle done by servants.
Later, I would go outside and walk around the city. I would visit the theatre and the Coliseum, and then I would stop my walk to listen to a wise orator, and try to understand his theories. After his speech, I would visit some Roman temples and learn about the mythology, which is not precisely limited.
When I were in the Ancient Rome, I would like to have a guide to show me every little corner of the city, and if it were possible, I would spend there a long time.
The last and most relaxing thing I would do, would be visit the baths, one of the most attractive sites of this city.