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At the time of the Emperor Augustus, Rome was the largest city in the world: with a population of about one million people (about the size of London in the early 19th century, when London was the largest city in ...
... Roma this is.
St Peter's Bascilla in the Vatican - The biggest church in the world.
Petrol Station in Roma - Yes, I know it is not the most scenic of shots but we were surprised to see, literally on the side of the road, a petrol station. It became quite a common site. No supermarket discount dockets were accepted.
Pretty Café in Roma - It looked nice with the climbers and pretty pink chairs.
Triton Fountain 1642-3 in Piazza ...
... Christian upbringings.
I now feel centered with all of my thoughts and been brought back to my true heritage and tradition that was carried onto me. I loved every bit of the trips I took around the world. I met so many different people and was able to look at multiple lifestyles in a different perspective. I feel like I had a personality make over. I feel like these experiences have helped me grow into a woman that is marriage and mother material.
... are, neither does the stupid Tom-Tom girl because it's raining too hard for her signal to be consistent, and when you stop to ask for help, guess what? That's right, no English! Great. So we resort to the old fashioned way and figure out which way is North. As long as we're generally heading South, we should eventually get there. And we do. Sienna is a much bigger city than we expected and that crazy Tom Tom girl has us completely discombobulated. "Turn right, then ...
... had included. Visiting groups can have communion in some of the crypt rooms, which school groups were doing today. Another English group sang beautifully as they were in the crypts - such hymns as 'The Lord's Prayer' and 'When I Survey'. It was incredibly moving. The American couple in our group and us sang along a bit too. When he asked if we were from Sydney, he said they sing 'Hillsong' songs. The catacombs were very interesting to see.
We waited then for the bus to go back ...