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... of the Cardinals, as one would when all it took to be Cardinal was to be cunning and vicious, intelligence not being an essential pre-requisite to be a Cardinal. We are talking MEGA jealousy and envy here. One of the Cardinal sins. Anyway, after 7 years of arrest, torture and a good time had by all but Giovanni, he was executed by burning at the stack. Very unimaginative. By the way, If a jewish Man had ...
... bathroom that didn't smell like Greek drainage!! It was heaven!! We went out for dinner altogether then back to the room for a much needed shower and early night! The next morning everyone was getting up early to explore Rome but as I was here just last summer I opted for a sleep in and a cruisey day. I finally left the room about 12, had a slice of pizza for brekkie then set out to find myself some accomm for Thursday night (Jess n ...
... buried here but her head is somewhere else. Also, this is where Galileo renounced his belief that the earth revolved around the sun! Imagine!
There is a Michelangelo statue of Christ Bearing the Cross. It's just there, no ropes or any protection at all. Kind of surprised me. Not crowded, so we had time to really study it.
When we were at St Ignatius I asked the man running the small gift shop, if you could even call it ...
Part One: Rome – awesomeness personified
I pictured the lovely ferry ride from Barcelona to Rome to be all sparkly blue Mediterranean water, sharp distant mountains and perhaps even some frolicking sea nymphs, instead I got a leaden sky and sea and absolutely nothing else to see. Even the casual appearance of Sardinia was underwhelming, still it was fun to do and I made friends with a mad Roman woman which was a sign of the wonderful things to come.
... has been left to the weather to deal with it & remnants scattered throughout can be found under foot. Their skills proven in the intricacies of their channels, underground storage, forums, school houses, bath houses, fountains, adornments of mosaic's, sculptures & friezes. It was founded 4th Century BC & became a walled City 1st century BC. It was abandoned in 9th -10th Century AD & only ...