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... large and small. The bigger one was used by gladiators and the smaller one was for poetry reading. Then into the commercial area where there were building that were takeaway shops with counters on the footpath to sell their wares. Then into a house. We think that we are smart but the Romans had a hole in the roof and a pool underneath with a tank under that to catch rain water. The frescos and mosaics are amazing and how they have tried ...
... continuing to catch up and simply enjoying each other's company. That thing they do in Paris with the chairs at cafes existed here too, and so we took great pleasure in watching the strangeness of life about us and all its colourful characters. I took this as an opportunity to press Davide on his bookshelf. 'So, I couldn't help but read some of your dissertation last night...' He smiled knowingly, 'I thought you might bring that up sooner or later'.
Over the 12 years we ...
... a car to take me and I had a plesant few days golf....... which had improved a little so I hope to be back for the golf festival in September.........though all my expat golfing friends had moved on I seem to have developed a nice group of Thai friends over the years. I saw my Dentist, Pip and her Mum, though I didn't play golf with her dad this time, both are getting old; Panu and Su, welcoming as ever, were busy though in the short time we had a lovely dinner and ...
... be open, and airy, and have sufficient light to see the ceiling with.
I'm also not sure how 115 cardinals fit in here for the papal conclave.
As I stood at the back of the Chapel, trying to envision what it might look like without all the tourists, two holy men, walked behind me and opened a huge door to a different section, which they entered and disappeared into. I thought that was pretty cool. ...
... were constantly shouting chants and songs, and people were always yelling and screaming, whether it was in support of their team or dissing the other. Giant flags and small flags alike were being waved all over the place, along with raised hands and drinks. Though our seats had been stolen before we got there, we ended up standing at the very bottom of the stands beneath the often pouring rain!! It was actually a ton of fun! Lighting would strike, then thunder would roar, and then ...