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... Italian. I guess she felt she could intimidate me to sit elsewhere and was not happy when it was not working. The window seats are nicer because one, they are by the window, but they also have little tables that fold up against the window where the other seats do not. Anyway, we are in our seats and depart on time. It is a two hour ride and the intimidator talks non stop forty five minutes. We are happy at that time when she and her cohorts get off the train. About 45 ...
... the Christian catacombs. Romans did not allow the earlier Christians to bury their dead inside the city walls and as the Christians couldn’t afford land for cemeteries they started to dig tunnels into the volcanic tuft along the Appian Way. Even though we were part of a guided tour I still kept thinking of Indiana Jones.
On the bus back into town we stopped off to look at the old Roman city walls and ...
... uit hun hokje en gaan het verkeer regelen. Hierdoor kloppen de stoplichten niet meer, en moet je als voetganger gewoon maar een goed moment uitkiezen om over te steken.
Dit vraagt ook wat van jou als voetganger wanneer je wil oversteken. Bij voorkeur zoek je een zebrapad op, maar als deze er niet is, is dit ook geen enkel probleem. Vervolgens zet je een eerste stap op de weg, je kijkt de ...
... Bridge in 312 AD brought some peace to the Roman empire.
To commemorate this victory, the Senate of Rome awarded Constantine a Triumphal arch. It was dedicated just a few years later, in 315 AD.
The Flavius amphitheatre is the biggest and most imposing in the Roman world, but is also the most famous monument in Rome and is known as the "Colosseum" or "Coliseum". Started by Emperor Vespasian of the ...
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