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... after the big trip was possible, considering its proximity to my home in Tucson, Arizona.
Then it was time to explore the practicalities of the length of the journey, what was realistically possible, and what needed to be eliminated, regretfully. In the year of the Ebola pandemic, much of sub-Saharan Africa was ...
... Rhode Island. So far, luckily, it has been down wind. Rome. We got in and got settled around 1:00pm. After a hearty lunch*, we decided to walk (as long as it took) to the Coliseum. Man, yet ANOTHER fixer upper. Some of these damn Italians don't seem to have much pride of ownership. It appeared that at one time, it was a perfectly usable and serviceable stadium. Since Caesar lost his lease, it seems to have fallen into disrepair. The guide said something about "Barbarians." Not sure ...
... garden for a bit. We hung around there for a while and had a drink and then decided to go for dinner. I got spaghetti carbonara but it was pre average, and we all shared a bottle of wine. The place was reasonable considering the area. After that we went back up to the rooftop with drinks. We met an American guy called Zion in the lift who became our companion for the night. He was into skating and house and had been couchsurfing around ...
... in order to get married in Venice included Sue's Divorce papers and my wife Christine's Death Certificate, these would prove our ability to be free of incumberances so to speak. Great, no problem, ah, where did I put that Certifcate.... On no, it's back at the hotel ! It was now 2pm, could we race back to the hotel, get the papers and race back to the consulate before closing time ? We had to, so back to the cab again, this time, we had to get the consulate to ...
... site and the stories of the gladiators and the shows like combats between the gladiators, hunting of wild beasts and variety entertainments that were held during the Roman empire. Here again we took the guided tour and infact would recommend the same to anyone visiting Rome. Post the guided tour, it was our turn to take pictures of the Colosseum from various angles and sit for some time visualizing the scene when this place was in action... almost wishing we had ...