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Vilatte, not yet sixteen, served during the Franco-Prussian War in the battalion of the National Guard militia commanded by Jules-Henri-Marius Bergeret, the future member of the Comité de vigilance de Montmartre.(p66) He intended to be a Roman Catholic priest but, after the war and the Paris Commune, he went to Canada and became a member of the Methodist Church in Montreal.(p66)
He also spent two years as a teacher and lay assistant to a ...
... pants soon came on after being approached for the up neath time, especially when they were trying to sell us hats of which we both had one on!! Although Daniel had the this best approached to them after the end of the tour,waiting for the bus, we were approached AGAIN to buy scarves, Daniel said to the bloke "You want this?" It was an empty Pringles box, he started waving it around in front of the guy saying "2 Euros, 2 Euros!!" I was cracking up laughing and the ...
... but we were in just after 12. Once inside we explored the extensive museums, then made it into the Sistine Chapel. With the Rick Steves audio guide at our disposal we grabbed a spot on a bench along the wall and spent quite some time studying the beauty of Michelangelo's work. Even better was the shortcut exit next that took us directly into St. Peter's Basilica past the wrapping line of people. The Basilica blew my mind. No matter ...
... McDonalds tables (and, no, we didn't eat there), but that's how Rome is - modern shops and facilities built around and in and on structures that are 2000 or more years old. Hard to get your head around sometimes. The metro here is a long way underground. I think we went down four or five escalators to get to platform level. It's pretty confusing too, although there are signs saying they're doing renovations, so hopefully it will improve. We took the metro to the ...
... up a bit and went out for our first taste of Pasta Roma
style at an outdoor café. Dave’s venture to get postcard stamps was like trying
to do business at the MVA.
We did our own little walking tour crossing the
Tiber River several times, stopping at the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza
Navona and the Piazza del Popola where Dave got sucked ...