Best Western I Triangoli
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... me buckets? I am weak to this temptation!
Maddi meanwhile is starting to pass out on the spot, Eduardo and I, feeling a touch more empathetic now, carry her to her bedroom. I imagine this is the end of the night, I'm cooked. Eduardo insists he gives me a drink though back at the bar for helping. I really can't be ****** but he insists again, I bow to his will this once as it seems weirdly important to him. Maybe it's a Spanish honour thing? Easier than having ...
... Island Indonesia. The skeleton was of a 3 ft adult female human. Evidence that the skeleton was of an adult rather than a child was provided by fused sutures and characteristics of the teeth. No other skeleton was found anywhere on the island or in the cave
though Indonesian authorities stopped further digging. The theory is that there once was a race of hobbit like humans but that the race was wiped out by a series of ...
... NO way!!
Next stop, San Luigi dei Francesi, the national French church in Rome. I teach French!
For us the big attraction here was definitely The Calling of St Matthew. We spent a long time reading about it and viewing it. Love it. There are also painting of his inspiration to write the gospel, and his martyrdom, all by Caravaggio. All this art, for free!!
We wandered into a Basilica - San Agostino. We had no ...
... the shopping therapy till the end. Actually, in the end, less was being purchased than anticipated so there was lots of walking and looking but very little being done for the Italian economy, apart from keen support for the wining and dining sector. These continued to get our full attention and one restaurant [Ristorante Ottimo near the Vatican in Via Cola Di Rienzo] came up trumps for Sunday lunch. Trish had Seafood soup [mussels and clams] ...
... now high above where St. Peter's tomb lay. It became common for popes to request that they be buried in that 8-foot layer below the basilica. In the 1940's, the pope wanted to be buried closer to St. Peter and, when they started to dig, a Necropolis wall was discovered and archaeological digging began. ..but not touching the area where St . Peter's grave was believed to be. Over the years, some doubt had been cast as to whether St. Peter was truly buried here. The next ...