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... all so deliriously tired that a conversation about nothing turns into crying of laughter. Dad has a twitch where whenever he says Anything about England, its followed by 'where they call pants trousers' no matter how many times he says it. Very funny. We discuss Gary Thomas and question his existence and then freshen up to head out for dinner. There was another place close to where we had lunch that looked awesome so we stop in. It's also only 4 minutes from the hotel and ...
... exhausted from walking and were getting more and more disappointed with Rome.
And then it happened. We saw a bit of ruins in the middle of some tall buildings and walked over to it just for a break from walking. And we see a cat sitting in it. We laughed about it... then saw another.. and another. We could close to 20 plus cats in these ruins! We could not believe it.
Just like in the Camino.. whenever we get to the point where we want to break.. ...
... seems to be the default setting we engage each time we think or speak about our trials and afflictions. Why do we want to magnify our troubles? Do we want people to feel sorry for us? Or to think that our experiences were worse that they really were? Maybe we want our experiences to be larger than life in order to assign greater meaning to them and so be recognized as such by others. Most of us would call this “being ...
We love Rome. We found a great little apartment in the Trastevere, in an old restored 14th century villa right on our favourite Piazza Sant'Egidio. It is very, very busy here. But the nice thing is that once we pass through the huge outer doors, the locked inner gate, across the courtyard and through two locked doors into our apartment it is totally silent here except for the birds. It's like getting into Fort Knox. ...
... could info be given out that isn't even consistent?
Our first stop was going to be the Colosseum, which was the next one anyway, so we walked it instead as still had no clue where a bus stop was and our legs were already too tired to walk much further. Thankfully the coliseum wasn't too far away.
It was good to see it come into view, but the closer we got the more we could see the proof of what we'd seen on a recent doco, that pollution and age ...