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... current birth rate of Rome is 9.10 births per 1,000 inhabitants compared to the Italian average of 9.45 births.
According to the latest statistics conducted by ISTAT, approximately 9.5% ...
... a rather perfunctory manner, with barely a word of acknowledgement from the official who handed me the certificate. I reconciled myself with the fact I hadn't done it for any personal glory or recognition, and also that I was just one of many, many thousands of people who make a pilgrim journey to the Vatican City each year. The official did agree to my request to visit St Peter's tomb, however, where I was given a few precious moments for private prayer and contemplation before ...
... navigating around the large tour groups was somewhat tedious (they would block the way and when you finally squeezed through them, they would start move again and swallow up our little group of three. Patrick started parting the seas by holding up our Top 10 book like the guides do - that did seem to move some people over). It was also a bit confusing finding the exit when we wanted to leave but, we found it. Exiting, we stopped along ...
... what we would be
seeing in the chapel so that when we went in we knew what we were
looking at. Michelangelo apparently also had a sense of humour,
painting the face of a deserving associate onto the body of someone
writhing in hell.
chapel is exactly like what we have seen in books at school and on tv
etc. Maybe not as big as we thought but very impressive – we are
very pleased and proud to have seen ...
... by the Pantheon. The staff were delighted to show us that the Pete and Jenny's bed rises up and exposes a spa bath and our bed is suspended in the air with the spa bath under the couch! What! In the evening we had a Coliseum tour, quite spooky with all those dead Gladiators ...