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... quite the same but close I’m sure.
The kids just could not fathom any of this, how people could do this type of thing to other people, nor how others saw this as entertainment, family entertainment no less. We were in no position to explain it to them either as it is also totally baffling to us, so we just had to focus on the fact that it was a different time and people just thought differently, the concept of equality just hadn’t evolved yet (mind you ...
... with the bus for our district. We had to take 3 buses to get home! However we saw a lot of Rome nightlife and had a real adventure making our way through crowds of night clubbers in the centre of town. It was a big night out in town and it was super late when we finally got back to our apartment exhausted. See you tomorrow - Grace
... than variety. If they have seafood, then most of the meals will be only fishy…its great if you love seafood but not so good if you don’t. Same is true if they have a pasta theme. I’m looking forward to a plain meal of meat and vegies, actually we are starting back on our diet the day we get home. As Geoff mentioned previously he has lost his 6 pack and now has a Keg instead.
We get off the ship Saturday morning, not long to ...
... of education and media like radio and television, Romanesco became more and more similar to standard Italian. Dialectal literature in the traditional form Romanesco includes the works of such authors as Giuseppe Gioachino Belli (one of the most important Italian ...
... Puglia to study In Rome. Our tour guide for the Borghese Gallery had a Phd and did her dissertation on the history of walking, its importance throughout the centuries. Violeta moved here from France eight years ago and shared so much that the tour bus left without our group and had to come back to get us. They share history through stories.
In the catacombs, I learned about Cecilia, a Christian woman who was a martyr for her faith. She was ...