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19. Nepal, with its temples and holy sites.
20. The Bahai Temple in Haifa.
21. Mt. Olympus near Thessaloniki, Greece.
22. Mt. Sinai.
25. Tzefat, a favorite mystical town for ...
... delayed an hour. G and I waited patiently in an orderly manner in the line to board. The minute the boarding notice came up, the Sicilians all pushed into the priority cue and somehow managed to board. Looking back at the remaining cue I don't think there were any Italians in it. Something to do with the protection money I had been hearing about in Sicily. Obviously we don't pay it. The flight was ...
... since it was made so long ago! We walked through Piazza Navona and I love the giant Bernini fountain in the middle (more on that later). Finally one that isn't under construction! Almost to the Vatican, the bridge across the river runs right into Castel Sant'Angelo. It didn't look busy at all so we decided to go in. All we knew was an old emperor built this gigantic place as a mausoleum for him and his family, but there's so much more to it! We got the audio tour player ...
... would see very little of the place, and that was not what we had in mind. There were many things to do and see here and time was critical. But wait, said Sue, "I seem to remember that Anna told me that she would organize the tax stamps." This news came as a big relief, "are you sure” I said .. Anna was the girl we had employed from a business in Venice called the Wedding Planner. She was the one who would do all the red tape and ...
... women spend hours trying to straighten. I feel in love with Italy in October 1999. It wasn’t when I signed up for Italian lessons, nor was it when I started dating the greatest love of my life, and it especially wasn’t when I first set foot in Italy. It was when I first watched Il Postino. I nearly teared when I found a vintage poster of the movie today. I desperately tried to look for something evoking Cinema Paradiso, but in vain. I should ...