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Travel Blogs from Rome
... was the olive trees with their little olives and the lime & orange trees! Then it was on to the forum and the ancient temples. The temple of the Vestal Virgins blew me away; I could almost see myself in a chiton walking around 2000 years ago! Back to our B&B for a rest and some antipasti & Peroni from the grocery store. As the sun started to set we thought we would head out for an ...
... and others dedicated to specific types of bones such as thighs and shins, skulls, the pelvis, etc.
Due to the fact that this is a final resting spot for the monks, photos are not permitted. Perhaps this is best as it truly is a spot that one must see in person to truly believe.
Inside the crypt there is a plaque which reads and also provokes more thoughts:
"What you are now, we once were; what we are, you shall be."
Ciao, for now....
... cleared. I decided to enjoy my rested state at a nearby park. When I wanted to buy an ice cream I could not find my wallet luckily, I found forty dollars in my pocket. I used these to pay the hotel and my food but I became worried that I could not find my wallet. I am now 5864 miles from ...
... seeing a lot of us. The featured musical act that night was an Elvis/Johnny Cash tribute band (no one could really tell which... too much black for Elvis, too many tassels for Cash...)
Day 2 -
Lots of walking, getting to know the city better, and packing up for Assisi.
Well, I think we both agree today was our best day so far. Rome can be hard work just getting around and today was a slower pace with cooler weather for longer. Oh that Jennifer can be sooo harsh, and I'd like to say I was navigator again today with outstanding results. Um, that kind of means we ended up exactly where we needed to be half by design and half by accident. This also equates to learning that a prominent area was strikingly close to where ...
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