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... looked for a statue of a cat at Via della Gata (supposedly there is one), but no dice. We had the best gelato of the trip so far: a scoop of lavender and white peach and a scoop of Rosemary Honey Lemon. We almost didn't bother to get dinner. We were just going to return to try something else. We enjoyed lots of interesting moments including watching a bride and group emerge from one of the ancient churches only to be pelted quite aggressively with rice. The two of ...
... they keep the gladiators and animals. I found out many interesting facts like only 1 in 5 or 1 in 10 gladiator matches had a death and that there we some women gladiators. After the colosseum our tour guide took us out to the roman forum. At one time this place was full of temples for gods and emperors who were also gods. We learned a lot about how the barbarians sacked roman and how a few temples were saved to become churches. After the forum we went out for ...
... and in people's yards. Today we even found a manger scene perched on the river's edge. Many cribs display not only characters from the Christmas Story but everyday people and objects as well. Most do not display the Baby Jesus until Christmas Eve. You will see a wide variety of cribs, from elaborate to simple. What you will not see is any commentary, these pictures are our gift to you. Merry Christmas to all our family and friends, we miss ...
... The left hand wall (facing the altar) has old testament stories telling the life of Moses. The right hand wall has the life of Christ. The ceiling is the story of creation and the fall and the wall above the altar is the Judgement. It is a fantastic piece of art telling the gospel and is worth seeing and understanding.
Following the Sistine Chapel we broke for lunch before continuing through the rest of the museum. We saw the Vatican postage stamps from various ...
... is one of them. He is
such a great guy. He was our tour guide, our interpreter, our friend
& everybody's family. He is knowledgeable of the sites in Rome. Now, he is like a cousin to me.
27. Lucca- Lucca, the receptionist/manager is a very sweet man. He was so sorry
& tried to make up for it. Actually, later that night we missed our
train & I was on the phone with him & I said, "Lucca you don't
have to pick us up, I know you & ...