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... all to left side of train so we would not be in the sun- then Chris across isle so he had space. But, then some man stood near Andrew wanting to sit next to him. We said 'no,' and said we had one more and moved Chris stuff to that spot. Then later another man wanted to sit where Kristin and I were. He said he was in that chair. I looked at our tickets and he helped me read the tickets to realize that the first seats that we had chosen were ...
... Church did not like his style, as he was one of the first to show Saints with signs of humanity, such as bare feet and wrinkles. One such painting, Madonna, Serpent and Child, shows an aged St. Anne and a rather attractive Mary, which our guide said was a painting originally commissioned for a church. When the painting was unveiled, some Cardinals were shocked to see wrinkled St. Anne, a nude toddler Jesus and Mary who had been modeled by a well known courtesan of the day, with ...
... At first, the crowd was a completely disorganized wide swath. As we inched forward, we became pieces in the middle of a larger living, breathing thing. There was a baby crying incessantly to our right. She was about a year old, and so inconsolable that she began to have a difficult time breathing because of the tears, mucus, and frustration at being smashed against other people. Finally, a path was made for her and her father to go to the front. Sam and I ...
... which was great to have as well. Unfortunately we didn't get such a guide in the imperial forum, which was a shame because I knew nothing about it. I got that it was really old (classic belinda), and really important (wow I'm clever), but not a lot other than that. I just made sure to get lots of photos and am sure my historian boyfriend will be able to inform me of what I saw and did there when I get home. Sorry I wasn't more ...
... got onto the second subway as well. We felt a lot better because we had finally made it back to the area where the Roma Termini would have taken us, so we knew we weren’t so lost anymore.
After exiting the subway (yes, more flights of stairs) we tried to gain our bearings. We had the usual debate of ‘do we tough it out and follow the instructions to the hotel or do we get a taxi?’. Like usual, we justified we could ...