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... 2007, a drunken young man attempted to drive a Toyota Celica down the Spanish Steps. Luckily no one was hurt, but several of the 200-year-old steps were chipped and scuffed. The driver was arrested.
5 At the corner on the right as one begins to climb the steps, is the house where English poet John ...
When in Rome do as the Romans do...???
I have used this expression often myself but... I think I refrain from using it from now on. Having been in Rome now for two days I had to deal with and observed others dealing with people at several different levels. I won't be doing as the Romans do as I would turn into a rude unhelpful person. Perhaps it is the harsh sounding language, I don’t know but this lot is not all that friendly towards ...
... to seeing except we got there and I couldn't even see the steps! The place was swarmed with tourists. I hope to go back there during this trip and get a photo on them but today I couldn't as it was far too busy. The tour started and the guide took us to some wonderful places. It lasted for 2 hours and during that time we went to many different places. So many that I can't even remember what I saw. What I do remember is that the cathedrals ...
... hill towns and flocks of grazing sheep. What I would give to be able to retire here! I did not know what to expect from Assisi, so I was awestruck as the beautiful, old town came into view ...dominated by the massive Basilica of St. Francis. We unloaded and walked through the medieval gate, through narrow, winding streets until we got to the main square with its little shops and fountains. We split up for lunch, grabbed a quick bite and headed to the fortress at the top of the ...
... century. The immense dome is over 48 metres high with a central oculus of 8 metres in diameter, which provided the only light in the circular temple below. The massive bronze doors weigh over 20 tons each. The portico has 16 white marble columns. The temple housed statues to the gods and animal sacrifices were carried out under the oculus. As Christianity spread throughout Rome, the temple fell into disrepair, and in 356, when public pagan worship was outlawed it ...