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... Rome's twin founders, Romulus and Remus, according to tradition. Other gods and goddesses such as Vesta and Minerva were honoured. Rome was also the base of several mystery cults, such as Mithraism. Later, after St Peter and St Paul were martyred in ...
... in a bowl of water a few days later.
After visiting the Basilica, I met up with Gianlucca and two pilgrims who, like me, had walked from Canturbury to Rome. One, a 68-year old Kiwi living in British Columbia, began his trip in April this year, while the other, a 65-year old British guy living in Cornwall, actually started in London in the middle of May. It was clear from the swapping of tales about our personal journeys over dinner that night, just how humbling it has been ...
... ended up with a gin, Campari and soda. We decided to come back the next day for a cappuccino.
Feeling relaxed, we had a very un-Italian early dinner at Antica Taverna which we'd seen down the side street and I'd recognized the name. We had quite the feast (we hadn't eaten much during the day I think). We ordered zucchini flowers, pizza with salami, seafood salad, penne arrabiatta and a bottle of prosecco. We had tiramisu for ...
... not many people around. Perfect as you get a real sense of the history and loneliness of the spot. I wander for 45 minutes along the road and then back again. There are pkenty of interesting artifacts and tonbs along the side of the road. Enjoyable and I think I have the pictures I wanted. I head back to catch the 660 bus, while I am waiting at the bus stop a flock of sheep wanders up the road being led by a shepherd who is carrying ...
... town hadn't
been closed in memory of some saint. It reminded me of a very good
friend who visited Paris only to find it closed because of the Tour
de France. There was a lot to see, the buildings were very ornate, a
lot with beautiful pictures painted on them, pretty bridges across
the lake outlet and fabulous bakeries – mainly sweet stuff. We had
vouchers to be used when we visited the Rolex show room and we all
received a ...