Mercure Roma Corso Trieste
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... together. So provided I got in before 22nd September I was all sweet. Unbeknownst to me, I would have to wait 7 more months...
The pieces that remained were in fact travelling to Christ the Redeemer in Brazil, visiting North America and the Chichen Itza pyramid in Mexico, asking permission from her father and finally getting to ...
... The weather at night is fresh to say the least. Rugged up in scarves, hoodies and jackets it has been a bit of a surprise. I have already dropped a few warnings that if it stays this cold I'm going to need to buy a warmer jacket - which I think kicked in warning bells for Bernard that my weakness for shopping had already reared its head! Both feeling a bit weary now after our first day of exploring, more Rome-ing to come ...
... each day, and I guess the escape from everyday reality, as well as enjoying the great times we have together. But at the end of this the thought struck me that God wants all my life to be special, each and every day with Him, and so I need to look on each day for the adventures it will bring from the small pleasures and the love of the familiarity to the surprises and 'big things'; and to live each day in the same attitude as I do when travelling. (And that's the end of my philosophising!!)
... all of the marvellous sights to take our minds off of how hard it was to turn the pedals!
Village after village we encountered ancient stone houses and walls that were sometimes wide enough to ride on, narrow, cobblestone streets, and large piazzas where the entire village would pass lovely summer days and evenings.
Nights passed by very pleasantly with the mellow taste of delicious local wines and the wonderful accommodation in towns ...
... on Rome's lavish attention, enjoying an unending building expansion producing numerous temples, necropoli, merchantile outlets, and some of the most upscale neighborhoods on the peninsula. Mystery religions brought by sailors and merchants peppered Ostia with every manner of ancient piety from every geographical corner of the Empire. Diaspora Jews constructed an impressive synagogue well outside the city as part of that ...