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... and confidently got across. I on the other hand, very unlike a gladiator, cautiously prepared myself and finally crossed in what was the most terrifying street cross I am likely to experience. My 5 so called friends were on the other side rolling around laughing as I very politely and courteously waved my hand imploring the 5 lanes of traffic to allow me to cross. They described me as an Albino midget doing an Al Johnson impersonation. I got through ...
... was so tired, I barely listened, barely took it all in. So, I settled in, then needed to go out to pass the time. I wandered around the neighbourhood, making sure to not get lost..I found a place - had a beer and a then a so-so pasta dinner...then home for dodos...by then it was 6-ish, so I played with my ipad, watch Greys and fell asleep around 8:30. Slept ...
... again and she took us to Parc de la Tête D'Or for the afternoon. For dinner I saw Vincent again. We had drinks along the river in the sun, gosh it felt romantic, then we had dinner in the old town. Such a good meal! If you avoid the pig intestines and stomachs in lyonnaise food, I guess it's not too bad, haha! So we drank wine and are heaps and laughed a lot. And I may be seeing him again when I go back to the Netherlands if he's around. It ...
... in my book, Walking Rome. So apparently a sure-fire way to ensure that it doesn't rain is to want it to rain!!
One of the places I wanted to see was the church of San Luigi dei Francesi, just a few blocks from the Pantheon. It’s one of the many churches in Rome that have their very own masterpieces—in this case, 3 paintings by Caravaggio. The inside is beautiful, with its marble columns and gilt ceilings. And the Caravaggio’s were ...
... We were all reminded of the movie "Gladiator" starring Russell Crowe.
It dominates the space it occupies and is clearly a symbol of the imperial might and architectural ingenuity of the Roman empire.
The rest of the city is filled with many more examples of Roman architecture, from monuments celebrating ...