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... Parigi è degna di Roma; solo Roma è degna di Parigi.
"Only Paris is worthy of Rome; only Rome is worthy of Paris."
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... to Santa Croce, a basilica close to the apartment. It was just stunning. Lots of gold and frescos and the burial place of lots of big names eg. Michelangelo and Galileo. I suggested to N that it is its grandeur that makes it seem so beautiful, if you took each piece by itself, it is not as impressive. The sum of the parts and all that. We found a little place called Antonio Poratti pizzicheria, I mention this place especially because of its awesome ...
... the ring road around the Vatican.
We noted that all priests had to go to one entrance, a different entrance than the public. All priests, bishops, even cardinals, had to walk to that one entrance, because no autos were allowed on the blocked off and closed streets. The nuns had to walk to the public entrance
that mom and I were hiking to. Finally, a few big celebrity cars, escorted by motorcycle
police, sped off to their ...
... be a friendly character. We get some good restaurant tips from him on the way, and soon enough we are at our B&B in the trendy Trastevere (emphasis on the "ev" syllable) district of Rome, just across the river from the Circus Maximus and the Colosseum. We're told that our street houses embassies and rich people, and the building are certainly large and impressive. Our B&B is called "Il Boom", and occupies the entire top floor of a small apartment building that I'm guessing ...
... would make up the 1st act (over 9,000 were killed in those first hundred days), followed by Gladiators individual or in groups and often to a theme or re-enactment of a myth,legend, or historic event. The thumbs up or down from he emporer would decide the fate of the injured. Gladiators were often criminals, slaves, or prisoners but were also sometimes free men (and sometimes women) searching for wealth or fame. If the weather turned sour or it was too hot, ...