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... in Rome. Insight have given us
each a tour guide receiver with earpiece (great invention) for the
duration of the trip but the Vatican won't have any of that, thank
you very much, we must use THEIR tour receivers, so we had to sling
both around our necks. We had to use theirs inside the Vatican and
the Insight ones outside the Vatican! The weather today was a sunny
29d, good enough to make the ruins look quite ...
... had his famous vision in Ostia. It happened while he was staying there in an apartment building. Also, Augustine’s travel companion Monica died in the city as stated in Confessions.
The ruins of the city are quite large since it held up to 70,000 people at one point in time. What is remarkable about Ostia is that there is very little regulation by the Italian government for these ruins. So essentially there is this set of well preserved ancient Roman ruins that ...
... for a good gelato stop (yummy). This young man was polite, personable, and the best money we've spent so far. A delightful trip through some very interesting areas. We threw our coins into the Trevi, bought a picnic supper from a sweet little man in a deli and headed back on foot to our hotel. Exhausted from our long day, we showered off the city grime, had our picnic with a movie and reflected on the lessons of the day. We obviously laughed at ourselves ...
... was a knock at the door and the hotel delivered a bottle of champagne on ice to celebrate our wedding anniversary!
Leaving the champagne to cool we headed out into the warm Rome evening. We found the central train station and bus station and the nearest Metro station to the hotel before heading down the hill towards the Forum. We turned off this road and discovered some small side streets before ...
... be covered, all clothing should be conservative. Mary Quant would hate it. Apparently, molesting choir boys is okay but exposed shoulders? Oh-no-no-no-no. Straight to hell for that, honey.
As usual with topics like this, before I proceed here is a short disclaimer: I'm a big fan of people's rights and freedoms, including the rights of free speech and being allowed to believe in whatever they want. However, those rights also extend to yours truly and personally, I ...