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... and the Holy Roman Empire starting with Charlemagne, who was crowned its first emperor in Rome in 800 by Pope Leo III. Apart from brief periods as an independent city during the Middle Ages, Rome kept its status as Papal capital and "holy city" ...
... of the rugged mountains which thrust down into the ocean. Rather bare and arid but patterned by extraordinary geological folds, one senses the movement of millennia deep beneath its surface....perhaps a little unnerving even,having just re-read of the many devastating eruptions of Vesuvius in an effort to better preserve Herculaneum and Pompeii on the Southern mainland and Etna so recently (and recuringly) steaming away just across the island! ...
... and rides to the train. One girl asks if we would like to go to Rome for 35Euro each, so I ask her if she will take us direct to our hotel, she says yes if it is in the walls of Rome, so we wait a while for the minivan and then off we go! The road to Rome from the port is quite agricultural and we see the first large scale agricultural workings we have seen for over a week.
Anne and I find ourselves going into more familiar surroundings in Rome. It is ...
... town hadn't
been closed in memory of some saint. It reminded me of a very good
friend who visited Paris only to find it closed because of the Tour
de France. There was a lot to see, the buildings were very ornate, a
lot with beautiful pictures painted on them, pretty bridges across
the lake outlet and fabulous bakeries – mainly sweet stuff. We had
vouchers to be used when we visited the Rolex show room and we all
received a ...
... overwhelming with the immensity of construction much like the pyramids - how did they do that then? It was a very hot walk through the Forum with the ruins sometimes needing imagination as to what the original structure might have looked like! Pity they let citizens take the marble in years gone by. The experience certainly gave us many opportunities for biblical reflections as we walked the ...