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Standing in line at the butchers, the man behind the counter, the butcher is discussing the virtues of his sausages with a male customer whilst the wife peruses the glass fronted cabinets deciding on her purchases.
She makes her choices, interrupts the men and ensures her selection is just so. The couple move over to the cashiers, the butcher follows and the transaction is complete.
The two men stand in the middle of the store, their chests puffed up ...
... was a volcanio, the erruption that created the hill did so thousands of years before pomepii was settled. there were many temples within the city walls to different greek gods. in the streets there were "stepping stones" in the center to help pedestrians avoid the dirrty streets caused by the horses. there is a written eye witness report on the day that vesuvious destroyed pompeii writtn by Pliny the younger because he wanted to immortalize his uncle who died saving people from the ...
... line, and walked towards the port, our favorite destination.
I walked 5 miles.
their massive TONKA TRUCKS and smashed the Samnites who cried and went home to
mum, around 290BC. Romanites and Samnitians had to make friends and when they
played they worked out how to become rich and fat by flogging off wine and oil.
As more money came into the city they built more sand pits and built bigger
Tonka Trucks. They loved their Tonka Trucks so much, because now they were so
rich, the Tonka trucks were so massive, they had to build huge sheds to ...
... which is a beautiful seaside resort town. We walked around for a while and then went to a farm for lunch. The lunch was totally made from organic substance from the farm. Even the wine was made there. It was very nice and tasted really well. Once dinner was served, we headed off to Pompeii.
Most people heard about Pompeii so I think the best is to just give some facts. We walked around the ruins and saw homes, temples, courtyards and ...