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... April 753 BC. This legend had to be reconciled with a dual tradition, set earlier in time, that had the Trojan refugee Aeneas escape to Italy and found the line of Romans through his son Iulus, the namesake of ...
... everything off the top of it, leave a bit of tomato paste and a few cherry tomatoes and that's a pizza apparently. Well not in my books Italy, not in my books. The wine....I'm not much of a wine drinker, but that **** tastes like the **** I'm sometimes forced to drink in Australia. Is Italian wine just as **** as Australian wine, or is Australian wine on oar with Italian wine? I don't know. What I do know is that I drank red wine in Bavaria and that **** was pretty good. Now, ...
... It was interesting, but being spring, it was a little smelly down by the water. There was still quite a bit of debris down by the water from the changing spring water-level.
As we left the Coliseum, it began to rain. We decided to just embrace it, and strolled through it all the way back to Piazza Cavour, where our apartment is located just outside the Vatican.
On our way back, I saw an Italian girl limping from... blisters! In her Keds! I stopped and ...
... to the Vatican. According to our host the Vatican was close enough to walk to from our apartment....cue the dramatic music....here comes more about getting lost. Our escapades of the previous day had Patrick checking out google maps and uploading walking directions to the Vatican. That was fine with me, until we started walking along the sides of busy roads, no sidewalks, just a small shoulder with, did I mention the crazy drivers of Italy, ...
Today we visited the Vatican City. Never have we seen so many people in one place. Unfortunately our day here, even though we had a private tour, was extremely crowded, so much so that we were all a little afraid. The guards said they had never seen so many people there at one time. With all that said, we started at the Vatican Museum, which is amazing. Then proceeded to the Sistine Chapel and St ...