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... his partner Christine. The next day Mum, Christine and I went
shopping in Corbridge where Christine has a shop, it was very cold and wet. Dad
clears the store room and puts up the table tennis table so we all played a
tournament in the afternoon. There were 2 horses in the field next to the
church and we fed them carrots and grass, the brown horse kept nudging the
white horse out of the way. We went to the fishing harbour for fish and chips
... From here we followed the river north, seeing Tiber island the sight of roman aqueduct infrastructure, from where the water was pressurized to flow into the city from floating mills. From here we made our way into the center of town to see the legendary pantheon, romes most well preserved building from the 1st century. The building is amazing, the diameter of the dome roof is the exact height from floor ro ceiling and the hole in the roof is a huge 9 meters ...
... traffic was not difficult, and I was at the hostel before I knew it.
Rome is certainly one of my favorite cities on this trip. It seems that wherever I went in town, there was history around. Being that I am really into Roman ruins, this is the perfect place to be. I ended up staying four days, and though I didn’t see everything, I feel that I saw enough of what I wanted to see. There are quite a few very impressive churches ...
... topped and come in all the colours of the rainbow. Another biggy is wrangler boots for women and kids. Soo cute especially in pink. Next winter ladies we can expect to see leggings, fitted jeans, straight legged pants, shorts yes shorts worn over leggings, fur, sleeveless fur vests, and tunics over leggins. All very very stylish. Right enough of the fashion talk - Tom is bored. We head off on the train to Pompeii Scarvi as apposed ...
... in the wall so that nobody would mess with them. They are 100% sure that the tomb is his though.
Now back to the tour. You have to go through these extremely high tech looking glass doors (kind of like in the Da Vinci Code) to get down to the necropolis. The necropolis is that first graveyard where he was buried. There were a bunch of big mausoleums in that graveyard that since they were filled with dirt were perfectly conserved. When down there ...