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Travel Blogs from Pontelatone
... a one-way street, a pair indicated ordinary two-way, and 3 signified a major thoroughfare. The sidewalk (elevated to hide the plumbing) were paved with bits of broken pots (an ancient form of recycling) and studded with reflective bits of white marble. The “cat's eyes” helped people get around after dark, either by moonlight or with the help of lamps.
Pompeii’s commercial, religious, and political center stands at the intersection of ...
... set in the Campi Flegrei cover three figures: Heracles, the hero par excellence Greo identified by the Romans with Hercules; Odysseus (aka Ulysses) and the Trojan hero Aeneas, the founder of the Roman race. But, alongside the legends and myths of Greek and Roman also small pieces of history passed through the Campi Flegrei: Hannibal, Caesar, Nero, Agrippina, Paolo Tarsia and many other historical events tied to some of their ...
This week I noticed two things that I'd not in the past One knows that Italian culture still has for the most part, a "mom and pop"store mentality for every little thing.you go to the maccelerria (meat market), pane oumini( bread man), sometimes a pesce man (fish cart man) comes thru the neighborhood ot the local housewives to buyif they havent otten to market that day, fruttovendolo (fruit seller) and even can get flowers at carts of the side of the road. It somewhat reminds me ...
Currently, of course, theories abound as to why Benedict has departed, however interesting each is and whether the Illuminati, Saint Malachy's prophecy (the final Pope will be #112 which happens to be the next named pope) the Templars, Julius Caesar. Whatever theories, rumors will abound until the new Pope is named. Forward thinking, not focusing on the why or when of the past, and knowing I am not a Catholic, I think the options before them to choose the new Pope ...
... there were fantastic views. We tried a hike, but got lost and had to do a mad dash to make our ferry as the next one would not have gotten us back to the ship in time.
We made it and so had time of a quick walk around the parts of town closest to the port. It looked very impressive, despite the graffiti.
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