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... 153 out of 300 MPs voting yes, and the parliament late on 11 November finally also passed the "Fiscal budget for 2013" with the support by 167 out of 300 MPs. The conclusion of the Troika's long awaited first review report of the bailout programme, had for a long pended the outcome of the Greek parliament's pass of the mentioned bills.
As all three bills were passed as planned, the Troika report was printed and distributed to the Eurogroup a few minutes later on ...
... lot of time it was just me. Although I walked straight through the Colleseum entrance it was pretty crammed and it was the most underwhelming of them all of course. Because how exactly can you imagine gladiators getting torn apart my tigers when there are plump men with binoculars and cameras the size of whales to the front, back, left and right of you. Anyway, day one was a blast. From there it all blurs and in no serious order here are the other things I did while in ...
... mention this as my toes are remarkable for how many and how multiple-y they have been broken by horses and other heavy weights. The little toe still feels weird in that odd not quite solid way well I suppose it's only about 5 weeks and apparently they're buggers and can take 6-8 and that's probably without pounding roman cobbles all day. Apparently Florence is small so I can put my feet ...
... enjoyable; we went to the Baths of Diocletian, and the scenery was really peaceful and refreshing. I liked how it was a completely different environment compared to beyond the gates, which was crowded and full of noise pollution. After the Baths of Diocletian, we walked around in circles going into shops that we thought would be interesting, on the way to ...
... to the fact that it's been added to/renovated over the centuries.
Not our best day so far, although it's supposed to be sunny tomorrow so here's hoping. Before signing off I thought I'd mention a couple of annoyances that we encountered today, as I know some of you like to hear me moan. 1) Loud American tourists, we've not really seen/heard any up until today but Rome is seemingly full of them ("is ...