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... but the decision is stayed indefinitely.[discuss]
4 A ruling striking down Florida's same-sex marriage ban has been stayed until January 5, 2015.
Prior to 2004, same-sex marriage was not performed in any U.S. jurisdiction. It has since been legalized in different jurisdictions through legislation, court rulings, tribal council rulings, and popular vote in statewide referenda.
... WORDS to accurately describe St. Peters. It's amazing, breath-taking, phenomenal, gorgeous, beautiful and soooo much more. Pictures for it will be included tomorrow when we finish the Vatican visit.
We came back to the hotel for dinner with the group. The people all seem very nice, the dinner was ok.
All in all it was a great day. We encountered a few 'weird' things in our travels today.
1) Apparently everyone here is a ...
... these two days, walking the streets of Rome, visiting the piazzas, museums ,restaurants, gelaterias ,stores was very enjoyable, I hope we get a chance to do it again some other time. It reminded me of the tour we took 20 years ago with Anabel and Carlos, that time we could only spend two days in Rome.
Still haven't been able to find a cyber to add pictures, I'd asked where and maybe tomorrow.
... to get a hang of it].
On our first Naples day, we decided to visit one of the city’s main attractions – Castel Nuovo [New Castle]. From the outside, Castel Nuovo looks impressive. It sits on the edge of the harbour and makes a bold statement even today. It dates back to the 1200s and shows battle scars [not clear which battles] on its upper walls; the base was too solid for weapons of that era to have had ...
We wandered past the Arch of Constantine and then headed to the Colosseum.
About 12 months ago they opened the third tier of the Colosseum and the basements. Very few people get to see this and it was so worth the extra money.
As Christianity spread the Colosseum was abandoned and this building was also subjected to the local people taking what they wanted for their own use.
The Colosseum was built as ...