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... Jerash belonged in the Roman provinces of first Syria and then Arabia. Sometimes called the Pompeii of the Middle East, it was destroyed by earthquake in 749 A.D. but then perfectly preserved due to the dry desert climate and history turning elsewhere. Jerash is one the best preserved complete Roman colonies anywhere and a joy to explore. It wasn't quite as hot there as Pompeii, which we saw together in 2007 when Rachel ...
... biking and walking along. Bought our tickets for the 11:30am tour and waited with the crowd. The catacombs close between 12:00pm and 2:30pm, so make sure that you don't show up over lunch time expecting a tour. Once 11:3am rolled around they split us into groups depending on what language you spoke. English, unfortunately, was what the majority spoke. We made our way underground and instantly come across tombs. Here are the basic facts. The catacombs were started in early BC, ...
... walk on like there is no problem. And it works.
I stop sneezing right in the nick of time.
I think it goes without saying that, in the Sistine chapel, I’ve witnessed some sort of phenomenon. Before today, I never knew that Michelangelo rarely painted in fresco style before starting work on the chapel. In fact, he never even wanted to paint the roof that has given him ‘legend’ status.
As I walk away from St ...