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... I changed the bulb overhead to a lower wattage, too, but it didn’t completely eliminate the bump on the counter. Every now and then I look at it and feel guilty for not having put enough newspaper down before fixing the stupid mini-helicopter, which flew for another, oh, five minutes, before crashing and breaking up into about a thousand pieces.
So I can totally understand that moment when the beard snapped. You want to do anything you can to make ...
... the network of lifts and cages beneath the stadium floor. During ancient time, this is, we are told, where the animals were contained...although it is not entirely clear if this area was not used as well to hold prisoners of war, criminals or other nasty characters who would become the combatants in the center ring. This conjures up a rather un-savoury image for me..... think of the smelly stench that would emminate from all those nasty animals milling around ...
... at a vending machine and told us what to do next (even though we knew and were already doing it...which we told them). Then the tickets pop out and they're demanding 2 euros. Ugh. Two times we've dealt with that. If they ever go to the states they must be amazed that someone will tell you if you're in the right place to catch the bus just out of kindness. Turning that "nothing is free" logic around on them has really helped with the flower ...
... travel around Rome on trains and buses (yay, no need to buy tickets !) and also free entry into several major attractions. Not only entry but also fast track entry, meaning we could bypass the three million people that were lined up to get into The Vatican Museum for example. What a great girl I was about to marry, how lucky am I. But to get the Roma Pass we had to get to St Peters Square, that was the pickup point. And that was no easy task for newbies in Rome. But we weren't ...
Thursday was more of a tourist day. I bought a panoramic city bus tour which was everything but efficient or on time. Despite the delays, I was able to see the Coliseum, Piazza Venezia, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza della Repubblica, Circus Maximus, the "Parliament" and many more... I was optimistic about not having any line ups in October for the Vatican, I guess I was wrong and I will try again tomorrow. Awww…the music just stopped. ...