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... plaster. How,they created such works,of,art so quickly is beyond me. My favorite thing I learned is why most of the statues throughout Europe have fig leaves placed over their private parts. At one time, the Pope ordered all the penises to be chopped off and covered with a fig leaf. The funniest thing is, since the penises were still works of art, they couldn't just grow them away. So there is a room filled with penises at ...
... Browenez." LOL he was right! We enjoyed a pizza at the same place we dined with all the family 22 years ago. Then down to the festival on the Tiber River to search for Dina's favorite yougurt. It was really cute. Mini restaurants and even discos set up on the edge of the river. It was now about 10:30 and we decided to go home. We walked about 6 miles today. Jack carried the toilet paper for about 4 of ...
... and Nana at Finnegan's. 4. Don't be fooled by the street side vendors. 3. Take a bike tour early! You will see the whole town in a day. 2. Marvel at the feats of engineering: aqueducts and homes dating back 2500 years! 1. Bob: Scavi tour: Lead us to view the bones of St Peter. A humble fisherman who changed the course of humanity. Maryellen: I love Italia, but "like" more quaint and picturesque areas better. Anyone want to join me in Tuscany in 2016???? Ciao and ...
... no higher than the metal container. Then look at the colour of 3 flavours. Pistachio should be a very light brown and not bright green, Mint should be white and not green and banana should also be brown and not yellow. It makes a huge difference in the taste. My lemon was like eating a lemon and my melon tasted exactly like cantaloupe. This place has some weird flavour. Bobby had chocolate and tobacco. At the end we said our goodbyes and a few hugs and we took the tram back over the Tiber to our ...
... is absolutely breathtaking. Gold, paintings, marble sculptures, jewels, land, you name it. It just keeps going and going and going. Martin Luther's frustration with the church's material 'indulgences' (as a byproduct of religious 'indulgences'), makes a lot more sense now. They got a lot of loot. Edie recalled learning in high school history class about the Vatican getting so out of hand that one time they started hurling fine china out the window during an ...
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