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... you were. Caesar had one, Augustus built one and so did Trajan. Sometimes they tore down some of an old one to build a new one. Sometimes they built next to or on top of it. At this point, it's not always clear where one ends and another begins. The ruins of Trajan's and Augustus' Forums were very impressive to see and were free. We paid the admission to see the more generic sounding "Roman Forum" and had no idea what we were getting ...
... elite group of soldiers that protect the Vatican City and more importantly the Pope. When we finished up at the Vatican we started to explore the surroundings to find a place to eat lunch. After we walked over a few streets we foundation whole row of places to eat and sat down to grab some lunch. The meal was pretty good but the environment was even better. And you know after lunch we had to get some gelato, I'm gonna eat that stuff as much as possible. From there we ...
... an all inclusive old people tour, where it doesn't matter if you're slow or ask a lot of questions because everyone is doing it. I think she'd fit right in. So then on the 5th we went to Lyon. I was better at answering questions here because I know the place. On the Sunday we went to church at the Basilique de la Fourvière which was nice. I got a bit bored though and I think mum was bored too. I even had the ability to understand it and I was still ...
... and to make it even better a lot of Italians still smoke and don't care about other people. I have to say I hated every minute of it while Fran was enjoying it. The Pope finally arrived and did his thing out the window in a language I could not understand. (Italian) But we got invited to Rome, it would be rude not to say Hello. When he finally finished his thing we inched our way out of the square without seeing the ...
... in the Square was really fantastic. I remember seeing Pope Benedict XVI and the excitement of the crowd but it wasn't at this decibel. A man from Chicago told me that he has seen The Rolling Stones twelve times and he thought he had seen everything. A guard later told me that over 50,000 people attended mass today. My Italian lady friends held my chair while I stood on it to get a better shot as the Pope went by---they were almost more excited about the photo I got as I was and ...
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