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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the pictures and see what you think. The Forum was the beating heart of the ancient world and the Roman Empire. The senate was based here as well as temples, basilicas and vibrant public spaces. Today it provides an impressive snapshot of columns, doorways and marble structures. It would have been such an amazing structure when the Romans ruled the world. We had a great dinner with the ladies that night to celebrate my birthday. This would be the last time we seen the girls ...
... even specially made me one that was gluten free. It was amazing. This word doesn't even describe how amazing this canoli was. The shell was crunchy and flaky and delicious and warm. And the cream on the inside was cool and melty and tangy and dense and amazing. It was the most delicious combination and I need to have another one.
Sunday of Week 2. Literally all I did all day was read.
Monday of Week 2. This was yesterday. We ...
... and then walked home to compensate! The following day took us to three significant Dominican centres, Santa Sabina Basilica, San Sisto and then San Clemente. English Dominican, Bruno, guides us around Santa Sabina after presiding at a mass for us in the Basilica. He shows us the room in which Dominic stayed. The Italian sister who guided us around San Sisto, hardly stopped to draw breath, so poor Sylvia struggled to interpret. And finally San Clemente is ancient and full ...
... s actually a pretty cool story for her grandkids someday,
“yeah, I got kicked out of the Vatican!”
My favorite part of Thursday, though, was being in St.
Peter’s square, and taking my sweet time being amazed by the Basilica. I’ve
made the executive decision that this is by far the most beautiful church on
the planet. I actually mistakenly ended up back in St. Peter’s square the next
Day 42 We walked around the village of Sarlat this morning, and we are still finding places we haven't seen before. It is a rabbit warren of lane ways and streets and around every corner there is something to see or photograph, there are surprises every where you look. We had breakfast and lunch down in the village and tonight we are going to a restaurant which is supposed to be very nice it's called Les Jardins d'Harmonie, with a bit of luck I will ...