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Travel Blogs from Tivoli
... we pulled into the park lot that wasn't looking promising. It was packed. It looked like the villa was going to be packed. We drove slowly through the lot and people were staring at us. By the end of the parking lot, crowded with cars and people, and us going 3 mph we arrived at a VESPA tour group all waiting for the police to block off the roads to have their rally ride. Yet we needed to go through them to get out of the end of the parking lot, into the town ...
... on our map, so many to see! Each of them were different, some of them eerily repellent, 'Fontana di Dragi', which had 4 alien like dragons, jaws uplifted to catch the spray of water and glistening darkly in the sun; others were bizarre, 'Madre di Natura' a tall inset statue of Mother Nature, now nicely mossy with uh, about 10 breasts where the water spurted out from to water the earth below... Some of them were amazingly impressive and elegant, ...
... immediate answer is that I’m sure I’ll never read some of the Psalms the same way. It was my habit whenever I was feeling a spiritual disconnect from a place I would pull out my Bible and read a Psalm or two, and the ones that I read will forever have that sense of place for me. Like I said, this isn’t much, but the lessons and experiences of the past 7 weeks will become more real a few years down the road I’m sure.
... my compadres at a gelato shop on the piazza. I joined several of them as they ducked in for a quick gelato. When I finally got mine and went outside, all my co-travelers had disappeared. I recalled that they were headed for the Pantheon, so I made my slow way there. I found them inside. I'm pleased that I didn't panic. Worst-case scenario: Catch a cab back to the hotel.
Pantheon is astounding. Rivals anything built today.
... in the Lizzie Mcguire movie...). We tried to bargain with the attendant to give us a discounted "studente/studentessa" price, but she wouldn't budge, so we had to pay 8 euro for it. We were bummed at first, but after stepping into the garden, we took back our complaints.
About 3 years ago I was lucky enough to visit the gardens of Versailles, and I had sworn I would never seen anything more beautiful. I ...
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